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PROCEEDINGS 



OF THE 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



OF THE 



CITY OF BOSTON 



1966 




CITY OF BOSTON 
PRINTING SECTION 
1966 






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BOSTON PU8LX LIBRARY! 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 
1966 



Terms Expire January, 1968 

Thomas S. Eisenstadt, Chairman 

Louise Day Hicks 

Joseph Lee 

John J. McDonough 

William E. O'Connor 



JANUARY 3, 1966 



CITY OF BOSTUN 



Proofcedings o? School Committee 



Jan. 3, 1966 
The meeting for organ- 
ization of the School Com- 
mittee of the City of Boston 
for the current municipal 
year was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, at 11:25 
a. m., and adjourned at 
11:45 a. m. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Mr. Eisen- 
stadt. 

The meeting was called 
to order by Mr. Lee. 

MEMBERS ELECT OF 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

The following communica- 
tion was received: 
CITY OF BOSTON 
BOARD OF ELECTION 

COMMISSIONERS 
December 2, 1965 
Mr. Edward J. Winter, 

Secretary 
Boston School Committee 
15 Beacon Street, Boston 
Dear Mr. Winter: 

We certify at the City 
Election held in the City of 
Boston on 2 November 1965, 
for the choice of five mem- 
bers of the School Commit- 
tee for the term of two 
years, that the following 
were duly elected to said 
office: 

Louise Day Hicks, 1780 Co- 
lumbia Road (Ward 7) 
Thomas S. Eisenstadt, 24 

Roslin Street (Ward 17) 
Joseph Lee, 43 South Russell 

Street (Ward 3) 
William E. O'Connor, 28 

Malcolm Road (Ward 19) 
John J. McDonough, 46 

North Munroe Terrace 

(Ward 16) 
Respectfully yours, 
(Signed) George H. Greene 
Gertrude A. Pfau 
Maurice L. Smith 
Max Feld 
Board of Election 

Commissioners. 

Placed on file. 

ELECTION OF 
CHAIRMAN 
On roll call, the members 
as their names were called, 



respectively voted as fol- 
lows: 

Mr. Eisenstadt — Eisen- 
stadt 

Mrs. Hicks — Lee 

Mr. Lee— Lee 

Mr. McDonough — Eisen- 
stadt 

Mr. O'Connor - - Eisen- 
stadt 

ELECTION OF 
TREASURER 
On roll call, the members 
as their names were called, 
respectively voted as fol- 
lows: 

Mr. Eisenstadt — McDon- 
ough 
Mrs. Hicks — McDonough 
Mr. Lee — McDonough 
Mr. McDonough — Mc- 
Donough 

Mr. O'Connor — McDon- 
ough 

COMMUNICATION FROM 
BUSINESS MANAGER 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Business 
Manager, under date of 
Dec. 28, 1965, recommend- 
ing that the accompanying 
four orders be passed by the 
School Committee at its 
organization meeting in 
January 1966. 

ORDERED, That during 
the fiscal year 1966 any 
member of the School Com- 
mittee is hereby authorized 
to approve summarized 
requisitions and special 
drafts on the City Auditor 
prepared by the Business 
Manager and which cover 
all payrolls, vouchers and 
other documents calling for 
the expenditure of money, 
each of which has been pre- 
viously approved in writing 
by the Business Manager 
as required under the pro- 
visions of Chapter 497 of 
the Acts of 1946, which 
reads in part as follows: The 
Business Manager shall in 
writing approve and trans- 
mit to the auditor of said 
city all vouchers, payrolls 
and other documents call- 
ing for the expenditure of 
money, together with sum- 
marized requisitions on said 
auditor, approved by the 
Committee or by any au- 
thorized member thereof, 
and requesting said auditor 
to place said vouchers, pay- 
rolls, and other documents 
on his draft for payment by 



JANUARY 3, 1966 



the treasurer of said city." 

ORDERED, That under 
the provisions of Chapter 
497 of the Acts of 1946, the 
Deputy Business Manager, 
or in his absence, the Princi- 
pal Accountant, shall act as 
Business Manager during 
the current fiscal year, only 
during the time that the 
Business Manager is absent 
or otherwise unable to act, 
and shall, during such time, 
exercise all the powers and 
perform all the duties of 
said Business Manager. 

ORDERED, That during 
the fiscal year 1966 the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee is hereby au- 
thorized to accept, enter 
into and execute on behalf 
of the School Committee, 
contracts for equipment, 
supplies and other items, 
each contract having been 
prepared by the Business 
Manager and previously 
approved by him in writing 
as required under the pro- 
visions of Chapter 497 of 
the Acts of 1946. 

ORDERED, That the 
School Committee acknowl- 
edges the valuable assist- 
ance rendered by the Sealer 
of Weights and Measures in 
checking the weights of 
coal delivered by contrac- 
tors in the several school 
buildings during the past 
year and hereby requests 
the Sealer of Weights and 
Measures to check the 
weights of coal to be deliv- 
ered to the several school 
buildings during the cur- 
rent year. 

The four orders passed by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Mr. Eisen- 
stadt — 5 

NAYS— 

ADOPTION OF RULES 

AND REGULATIONS 

INVOLVING THE 

EXPENDITURE OF 

MONEY 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Rules of the School Com- 
mittee and the Regulations 
of the Public Schools of last 



year which involve the ex- 
penditure of money are here- 
by adopted for the present 
year unless otherwise or- 
dered. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Mr. Eisen- 
stadt — 5 

NAYS— 

ADOPTION OF RULES 

AND REGULATIONS NOT 

INVOLVING THE 

EXPENDITURE OF 

MONEY 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Rules of the School Com- 
mittee and the Regulations 
of the Public Schools of 
last year which do not in- 
volve the expenditure of 
money are hereby adopted 
for the present year unless 
otherwise ordered. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Mr. Eisen- 
stadt — 5 

NAYS— 

SECRETARY PRO 
TEMPORE 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the As- 
sistant Secretary to the 
School Committee shall act 
as Secretary pro tempore at 
the School Committee con- 
ferences and meetings dur- 
ing the current calendar 
year when the Secretary is 
absent or otherwise unable 
to act. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Mr. Eisen- 
stadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The Commit tee ad- 
journed. 

Attest: 

EDWARD J. WINTER 

Secretary 



City op Boston 
Printing <^H^» Section 



JANUARY 17, 1966 



CITY Uf BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



Jan. 17, 1966 
A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, at 
7:25 p. m., and recessed at 
7:50 p. m., resumed at 
11:35 p. m., and adjourned 
at 12:02 a. m., Jan. 18, 1966. 

A conference of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston was held in 
the Administration Building 
at 7:50 p. m., and adjourned 
at 11:35 p. m. 

Present: Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt. 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES 

The reading of the min- 
utes of the meetings of Oct. 
4, 18, Nov. 22 and Dec. 15, 

1965, was omitted the Com- 
mittee approving them as 
printed. 

MEMBERS-ELECT OF 
SCHOOL COMMITTEE 
The following communica- 
tion was received: 

CITY OF BOSTON 
OFFICE OF THE CITY 

CT frk 
ROOM 22, CITY HALL 

January 3, 1966 

Mr. Edward J. Winter 
Secretary of the School 

Committee 
15 Beacon st., Boston, Mass. 
Dear Mr. Winter: 

You are hereby notified 
that at a meeting of the 
members-elect of the City 
Council and School Com- 
mittee held at the City 
Council Chamber, City Hall, 
on Monday, January 3, 

1966, at 10 o'clock a. m. 
Thomas S. Eisenstadt, 

24 Roslin st., Dorchester, 
Louise Day Hicks, 1780 
Columbia rd., South Boston; 
Joseph Lee, 43 South Rus- 
sell st., Boston; John J. Mc- 
Donough, 46 North Munroe 
ter., Dorchester; William E. 
O'Connor, 28 Malcolm rd., 
Jamaica Plain; having been 
duly elected to be members 
of the School Committee of 



the City of Boston, appeared 
and were sworn as such 
members. 

Very truly yours, 
(Signed) J. M. Dunlea 
City Clerk 
Placed on file. 

MESSAGE OF THE 

CHAIRMAN OF THE 

BOSTON SCHOOL 

COMMITTEE, 

THOMAS S. EISENSTADT 

JANUARY 17, 1966 

As I assume the role of 
chairman at this, the first 
business meeting of the 
Boston School Committee, 
it is my solemn intention to 
execute my duties as pre- 
siding officer fairly but 
firmly, being ever mindful 
that I am but one among 
five equals, one member 
elected in the same manner 
and by the same body of 
citizens. 

Hopefully, during the 
course of 1966, we will con- 
tinue to place our respect 
for duty above any concern 
for personal gain, and our 
desire for the achievement 
of positive educational goals 
above any lust for perish- 
able glory. 

Let us be patient with 
all, no matter what the 
grievance, despite the na- 
ture of the petition. Let 
all our decisions be charac- 
terized by fairness, and let 
all our acts bt. conceived in 
a spirit of broad-minded- 
ness and good will. If this 
great body functions in 
this manner, it should ex- 
pect the small band of its 
intemperate critics to do 
the same, to practice the 
tolerance they profess to 
seek for others. For, in- 
sult begets only further in- 
sult; attack invites only 
counterattacks. And, as 
Boston becomes a tower of 
babble, a battlefield of ver- 
bal conflict, our 96,000 
children emerge the casual- 
ties. 

And so, by resolving to 
conduct the affairs of pub- 
lic education in the City of 
Boston with a new dignity, 
a sense of equity, and im- 
partiality, and by making 
a commitment to modera- 
tion in temper, we shall 
thereby be setting the 
stage for solid progress, 



JANUARY 17, 1966 



paving the way for monu- 
mental educational achieve- 
ments that will serve to re- 
store the Boston Public 
Schools to their pre-emi- 
nence among the commun- 
ity of school systems 
throughout the nation. 

But, most importantly, 
we shall have thereby gen- 
erated a climate in which 
rancor can be displaced by 
the spirit of charity, bitter- 
ness by compassion, fear by 
understanding; a climate in 
which good will shall flour- 
ish and abide in the hearts 
of all our fellow citizens 
who have been torn by 
three stormy years of con- 
flict and turmoil over the 
issue of racial imbalance in 
our schools. 

The agenda of business 
that awaits us in 1966 is 
indeed a lengthy one. Edu- 
cation is no longer a static, 
inert field. It is today, as 
well it should be, a dynamic 
force. So swiftly are its 
concepts expanding, and so 
rapidly are its new tech- 
niques and methods devel- 
oping, that any board of 
education which chooses to 
stand still, chooses in effect 
to go backwards. 

Hopefully, the School Com- 
mittee by its action will or- 
dain 1966 a year of inno- 
vation, a period marked by 
the fruition of bold, new 
ideas in the form of up- 
dated, streamlined, and 
more effective educational 
programs for our children. 
However, as we move for- 
ward, we should take every 
precaution not to invite 
change merely for its own 
sake alone. We should be 
careful not to discard the 
wisdom of the ages. For, 
the occasional retreat to 
the condensed good sense of 
yesteryear is a most honor- 
able one. Thus, we should 
retain but expand many of 
those programs which have, 
over the years, proved their 
workability and usefulness. 

Specifically, the guidance 
program merits a meticu- 
lous look. The ratio of 250 
to 300 pupils to one guid- 
ance counselor has been of- 
fered as an ideal. The 
present ratio of pupils to 
guidance counselors in the 
Boston Public Schools is 
about 885 to 1. This is far 



from the ideal. I shall pro- 
pose, therefore, the appoint- 
ment of 35 additional guid- 
ance personnel over a two- 
year period. 

I believe also that a study 
should be commenced at 
once to determine the num- 
ber of Boston school chil- 
dren whose manifested ab- 
normal behavioral traits 
render them referrable to 
psychiatric c 1 i n ic s, and 
whether such clinics can 
handle the load. It may 
very well be disclosed that 
such community facilities 
are so over-taxed that they 
cannot offer the extensive, 
painstaking treatment so 
vital to the healthy devel- 
opment of some of our more 
troubled children. If this is, 
in fact, the disclosure, we 
must then consider the feas- 
ibility of establishing our 
own Boston public school 
psychiatric clinic, directly 
to which the pupil adjust- 
ment and guidance counsel- 
ors can refer children re- 
quiring expert treatment. 

By so expanding and re- 
evaluating the entire guid- 
ance program, we shall 
move that much closer to 
our often stated goal of en- 
abling each pupil, even the 
emotionally unstable, to 
achieve his full potential. 
The cost will be slight when 
compared to the price so- 
ciety pays for the crimes of 
the delinquent, the wasted 
talents of the truant, and 
the diminished productivity 
of the drop-out. 

At present we are doing 
commendable work in the 
area of special education. 
However, much more must 
be done to meet the unique 
needs of our exceptional 
children. 

For example, defective 
spech is a "potential cause 
of serious educational, voca- 
tional, emotional and so- 
ial maladjustment. The 
child with a speech defect 
often lacks normal develop- 
ment of his personality be- 
cause he feels frustrated 
humiliated and inadequate." 
This conclusion applies as 
well, and perhaps with even 
greater force, to sub-special 
and special class children. 

Defective hearing can af- 
fect the exceptional child 
as well as the normal child. 



JANUARY 17, 1966 



In any case, such hearing 
loss can well serve to retard 
that child's academic and 
social development, prevent- 
ing him from realizing his 
full potential, no matter how 
low or high that particular 
potential may be. 

Also, there are special 
and possibly even sub- 
special class children who 
have a reading capacity ap- 
preciably greater than their 
present level of reading 
achievement. Even if the 
mental age of a child is low, 
every means should be ta- 
ken to train that child to 
read up to that level. 

It is the oft-stated aim of 
special education to teach 
the pupil to use all his 
capacities, as limited as they 
may be. Specifically, then, 
I propose that the following 
services be made available 
to all special class and also 
to sub-special class pupils 
who may be benefited 
thereby: 

(1) Speech training and 
therapy 

(2) Lip reading 

(3) Remedial reading 
Furthermore, it is unfor- 
tunate that the exceptional 
child's education is termin- 
ated at age 16. The sole ex- 
ceptions to this rule are the 
special class trainees at the 
David Barrett School in 
Brighton who number about 
71. There are approximately 
2100 special and 170 sub- 
special class children en- 
rolled in the Boston schools. 
Of this amount, there must 
certainly be more than 71 
educable and trainable chil- 
dren who could benefit im- 
mensely from the kind of 
training offered at the Bar- 
rett School. I propose, there- 
fore, an expansion of such 
facilities in the future. 

And, further, with some 
notable exceptions, special 
education has paled in a 
lost, forgotten world — in a 
world known only to those 
parents and teachers di- 
rectly affected and con- 
cerned. As an effort to in- 
crease the publi's aware- 
crease the public's aware- 
in this area, and to en- 
courage an even greater 
mutual understanding, co- 
operation and trust, I urge 
an even closer affinity be- 
tween the Special Educa- 



tion Chapter of the Boston 
Home and School Associa- 
tion, special class teachers 
and the administration for 
the undoubted benefit of all 
exceptional children. 

In recent years the School 
Committee has taken steps 
in the direction of providing 
a well balanced, nutritional 
lunch for all children. The 
Committee has for example 
directed that facilities for 
the preparation of hot 
lunches be included in all 
new elementary schools to 
be constructed. Also, in the 
future the Pilot Cold Lunch 
Program established last 
summer and continued this 
year has proven the feasi- 
bility and benefit of this, a 
Cold Lunch Program. It is 
now time to move onward to 
the establishment of a Hot 
Lunch Program for those 
children presently lacking 
the beneficial experience. I, 
therefore, propose a pilot 
project to serve 3000 hot 
lunches per day in about 15 
to 20 schools from a central 
kitchen in a district to be 
selected. There are basically 
two reasons for preferring 
the central kitchen to in- 
dividual kitchens for each 
school. First, kitchen opera- 
tion seems to be most eco- 
nomical at about the 3000 
unit level, a level much to 
high for any single ele- 
mentary school. Second, 
since many of the city's ele- 
mentary schools are sched- 
uled for abandonment with- 
in the next 5 to 15 years, 
there would be no sense to 
sinking in each all the capi- 
tal equipment which a total 
kitchen would require. 

On the contrary, the 
equipment needed by a 
school served by a central 
kitchen is primarily of a 
warming oven variety and 
could easily be moved to 
new schools when the time 
came. 

The pilot program should 
be designed to include neigh- 
borhoods of different eco- 
nomic levels. Impoverished 
areas should be included be- 
cause there the children 
need it the most, and such 
a program there will receive 
aid from the war on pover- 
ty program through the Of- 
fice of Economic Opportuni- 
ty. And, also, we can expect 



JANUARY 17, 1966 



an increased state aid sup- 
plement (from the normal 
9o to 15c per lunch) such as 
we are now receiving to sup- 
port the cold lunch pro- 
gram, and, in addition, in- 
creased surplus commodity 
aid 

Higher economic - status 
areas should be included as 
oart of this pilot hot lunch 
program simply because 
they will be included in any 
regularly established city- 
wide program. Thus, it is 
important to obtain experi- 
ence as to their participa- 
tion rates (i.e. the percent- 
age of children in a given 
school purchasing the 
lunches), and experience as 
to the cost of the program 
without supplemental aid. 

In addition to the afore- 
mentioned sources of aid, 
there are two more. The 
first source is Title I of the 
Elementary Education Act. 
And, there is a second 
source of aid, if we choose, 
as other communities have, 
to incorporate a chef-train- 
ing program in our central 
kitchen. Such a choice 
would render us eligible for 
aid through the Manpower 
Development and Training 
Act. 

The possibilities of such a 
hot lunch program are end- 
less. The dietitians, for ex- 
ample, associated with the 
project could be used also in 
assisting parents who cur- 
rently receive surplus com- 
modities to get the very best 
of meals for their children 
out of such commodities. 

This project should be 
implemented without un- 
necessary delay and with all 
due speed for two major 
reasons: (1) Federal aid for 
such projects will, in all 
likelihood, be very tight this 
year, thus requiring that 
our applications be prepared 
and forwarded for approval 
ac early and as soon as pos- 
sible. 

(2) The longer such a pi- 
lot project is in operation, 
the more valuable and 
meaningful will be our ex- 
perience, thus assisting us 
in our decisions as to how 
best to combine a city-wide 
hot lunch program with our 
new elementary school con- 
struction program. 



The state department of 
school lunches, and its di- 
rector, Mr. John Stalker, 
stand ready to help our own 
director, Mrs. Richards, in 
drawing up, costing and 
submitting plans for this 
pilot project for federal and 
state approval. Assistance 
from other sources, such as 
ABCD's nutritional experts, 
will also certainly be forth- 
coming. With all this aid 
and assistance available, the 
only thing that is missing is 
our own firm initiative. I 
hope that we have the fore- 
sight and wisdom to supply 
this initiative. The children 
stand to gain much from it. 

Currently, the services of 
the data processing center 
have been of significant val- 
ue in expediting the busi- 
ness of the school system, 
and in relieving the teach- 
er of many clerical burdens. 
I feel strongly, however 
that we should now enlarge 
the scope of the data proces- 
sing function by establish- 
ing a two year post secon- 
dary course in electronic 
data processing for the pur- 
pose of training high school 
graduates to become pro- 
grammers or systems ana- 
lysts, a field in which there 
is a great shortage of 
trained personnel. Certifica- 
tion should be granted upon 
completion of the course 
with the possibility of an as- 
sociate degree being 
awarded. 

The equipment rental 
charges for the installations 
required would be approxi- 
mately from $2,000 to $2,200 
per month, less a 20% edu- 
cational discount from IBM, 
and with 50% support from 
federal funds channeled 
through the office of Mr. 
Markham at the State De- 
partment of Education. Fur- 
thermore, federal funds 
would support 100% of the 
instructors' salaries the first 
year, 75% the second year, 
and 50% thereafter. Thus, 
it is obvious that the cost to 
the city for such a program 
would be minimal. Such a 
course offering will provide 
an excellent opportunity for 
qualified persons to receive 
training in a lucrative field 
at a minimum of personal 
expense. Toward this end, I 
submit that a committe be 



JANUARY 17, 1966 



formed immediately to 
study this proposal, make 
whatever investigations that 
may be necessary, devise 
the curriculum, and estab- 
lish the guidelines. The 
participation of Messrs. 
Thomas Roche, director of 
vocational education and in- 
dustrial arts, and James 
Dailey, manager of the data 
processing center will be es- 
sential to the work of this 
committee. 

As a great urban center, 
Boston has been for some 
time the destination of per- 
sons striving to improve 
their conditions. A most re- 
cent and dramatic example 
of this may be observed in 
the arrival of a multitude 
of Cuban refugees who de- 
parted en mase from their 
native country upon the re- 
laxation of its previously 
oppressive emigration poli- 
cies. This city has seen also 
the gradual but steady ar- 
rival of Negro children from 
the southern states. The 
Boston public schools must 
be prepared to meet the 
challenge created by such 
circumstances. 

I propose, therefore, that 
the School Committee es- 
tablish as needed and where- 
ever there is adequate space, 
in-migrant or assimilation 
centers particularly for 
those children who have 
migrated to Boston from 
sections of the United 
States where they have re- 
ceived either no, or, at best, 
deficient educational and 
social preparation. Because 
of verbal and other handi- 
caps the chronological ages 
of such children cannot be 
used as the determinant for 
grade-level placement. These 
centers should be located in 
several schools so as to be 
readily accessible as pos- 
sible to the needy child. I 
advance this proposal be- 
cause much harm could re- 
sult both to the in-migrant 
and to the Boston child if 
the former were to be auto- 
matically absorbed into an 
existent enriched program 
without adequate prepara- 
tion beforehand. 

No body is more concern- 
ed about building more new 
schools more quickly than 
this school committee. How- 
ever, our abiding concern 



has often degenerated to 
frustration because of cur- 
rent laws which hamper ac- 
tion, retard progress, and 
lay before us an obstacle 
course of great length and 
many hurdles. We, there- 
fore, anxiously await the re- 
port of Mr. Adinolfi, the 
consultant engaged recently 
to study the entire school 
building procedure. After 
giving his recommendations 
careful consideration, we 
should be prepared to submit 
in this session of the great 
and general court late-filed 
remedial legislation, calcul- 
ated to streamline the 
school. We all, I am sure, 
school construction process, 
and to decrease the time it 
now takes to build a new 
school at least by one-half. 

In the meantime, the 
school committee can take 
a giant step forward by de- 
signating immediately a site 
for the new English High 
school. We all, I am sure, 
recognizie the need, desira- 
ability, the utter urgency of 
this action. The city and its 
children cannot tolerate a 
moment of further delay. 

While we struggle to build 
new schools, it would be re- 
prehensible to allow existing 
school plants to lapse into a 
state of disrepair and de- 
pressive appearance. I pro- 
pose, therefore, that a crash 
painting program be launch- 
ed to take place during the 
February and April school 
vacations in the following 
schools which are in the 
greatest need: 

Last 

School Painted 

English High School 1948 
Phineas Bates, 

Roslindale 1947 

Aaron Davis, Roxbury 1947 
Benedict Fenwick, 

Roxbury 1947 

Charlestown High 

School 1948 

Harvard, Charlestown 1948 
Henry Abrams, 

Forest Hills 1947 

Nathan Hale, Roxbury 1948 
O. H. Perry, 

South Boston 1949 

Bigelow, South Boston 1953 
Robert T. Paine, 

Dorchester 1947 

Old 1 gassiz, 

Jamaica Plain 1949 

Mary Hemenway, 

Dorchester 1949 



8 



JANUARY 17, 1966 



Washington-Allston, 

Brighton 1949 

P. Sheridan, 

East Boston 1952 

Quincy, Boston 1958 

No one should doubt the 
need for the Boston Public 
School system to expand its 
library program, nor the de- 
sirability of the city's ex- 
tending its public library 
system to more of its citi- 
zens. Both objectives can 
be accomplished simultan- 
eously by the implementa- 
tion of a plan to include 
public library facilities in 
some of our new schools to 
be built. A library and school 
are inherently compatible 
functions. Such a coopera- 
tive venture would eliminate 
duplication of effort by the 
school committee and city of 
Boston, and thus would bring 
more books to more of the 
populace at less cost to the 
taxpayer. Such a concept is 
not without precedent. A 
public library has been shar- 
ing the same roof very suc- 
cessfully with the technical 
high school for many years. 
I propose, therefore, that 
the superintendent consult 
with the mayor and board 
of library trustees with a 
view towards designing such 
a co-operative program. 

During the course of 1966, 
it is my present intention to 
submit for the consideration 
of the School Committee 
further proposals as follows: 
(1) Expansion of the pro- 
gram of adult education and 
recreational activities. 

(2) A modification of the 
teacher examination sys- 
tem in order to make the 
examination more readily 
available to a greater num- 
ber of candidates. We should 
explore the possibility that 
the Educational Testing 
Service of Princeton, N. J., 
may be willing and able to 
administer the examina- 
tion prepared by our Board 
of Examiners in other sec- 
tions of the United States. 

(3) A declaration of total 
warfare against school van- 
dalism bringing to bear on 
this critical problem more 
of the community's re- 
sources and the most mod- 
ern of prevention tech- 
niques. 

(4) A periodically con- 
ducted follow-up study on the 



progress made by drop-out 
clinic personnel have in- 
duced to return to school, 
and the percentage who re- 
main thereafter until grad- 
uation. 

(5) A plan to establish a 
duty-free lunch period for 
all our teachers. 

(6) A plan to expand 
health services in order to 
more effectively diagnose, 
prevent, and treat the child's 
physical disorders and de- 
ficiencies, which, as dis- 
closed in the "Operation 
Headstart" program, pre 
vail among a greater num- 
ber of our children than pre- 
viously realized. 

(7) A program designed 
to encourage the establish- 
ment of more local home 
and school associations 
throughout the city. 

(8) A plan to establish 
classes for the academically 
gifted children in more 
school districts. 

(9) A plan to devise a 
science and foreign language 
curriculum to be perma- 
nently integrated into the 
elementary school program. 

(10) A plan to establish 
an after-school remedial 
reading clinic in every 
school district of the city. 

(11) The compilation and 
distribution of an up-dated, 
contemporary volume of the 
school committee's rules and 
regulations to all teachers 
and other personnel. To 
achieve this goal gradually, 
I shall include on the 
agenda of each school com- 
mittee meeting an item re- 
quiring our approval of at 
least one chapter of revised 
rules and regulations. 

And, in conclusion, it is 
my earnest hope that this 
school committee which has 
always deplored acts of civil 
disobedience perpetrated by 
others, will itself in 1966 
give more than lip-service 
to the racial imbalance law. 
Despite our individual opin- 
ions of the law, not one of 
us, I am sure, would dis- 
agree that we must heed its 
mandate. The eyes of the 
nation are upon the City of 
Boston. Hopefully, we will 
set a noble example. In the 
words of Abraham Lincoln 
directed in 1838 to both 
abolitionists and anti-aboli- 
tionists: "If a law is good, 



JANUARY 17, 1966 



we must do all we can to 
protect it, and to enforce it. 
If it is bad, we must change 
it. But under no circum- 
stances is disobedience or 
rebellion necessary, proper 
or tolerable. For where laws 
end, tyranny begins." 

AMENDMENTS OF 
MINUTES 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
June 7, 1965, be amended to 
read as follows: 

Under Appointments from 
the Eligible List — Julia 
Morriss, teacher, junior high 
—should read— "$6420." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Eis- 
enstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the meeting of Oct. 
4, 1965, be amended as fol- 
lows: 

Under Transfers — Delete 
the name Nora T. Horgan, 
teacher, elementary and 
place under Assignments. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the meeting of Nov. 
22, 1965, be amended as fol- 
lows: 

Under Appointments from 
the Eligible List — Jeremiah 
E. Burke High School for 
Girls— Edward A. McElroy, 
junior master, $6660 — 
should read "to take effect 
Jan. 1, 1966." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS- -Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt- -4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

IN MEMORIAM 
The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 



of the f o 1 1 o w i n g-named 
teachers: 

Dorchester High School 
—Thomas J. O'Leary, junior 
master, Dec. 18, 1965. 

Blackin ton- John Cheverus 
District Catherine H. 

Hart, teacher, junior high, 
Dec. 16, 1965. 

Placed on file. 

The School Committee re- 
quested that letters of con- 
dolence, to be signed by the 
Secretary, be sent to the be- 
reaved families. 

RESIGNATIONS 

The Superintendent re- 
spectfully reported the res- 
ignation of the following- 
named teachers, to take ef- 
fect on the dates indicated: 

Girl's High School— Beryl 
Anderson Jackson, teacher, 
high school, Dec. 6. 1965. 

South Boston High School 
— Frances T. Lydon, teach- 
er, high school, Dec. 28, 
1965. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict — Fannie P. Bakon, 
teacher, primary, Jan. 1, 
1966. 

Patrick F. Lyndon Dis- 
trict — Mary Saya Bennett, 
teacher, elementary, Dec. 
14, 1965. 

Prince District — Rosalyn 
Greenberg Berman, teacher, 
primary, Dec. 24, 1965. 

Accepted. 

RETIREMENT 
ON PENSION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Jan. 17, 
1966, reporting the retire- 
ment from active service of 
the following-named veter- 
ans, who have been retired 
under the provisions of 
Chapter 32 of the General 
Laws, as amended: 

Boston Latin School — Ed- 
mund F. Kyle, senior build- 
ing custodian, Dec. 31, 1965, 
$5,903,30 per annum. 

Boston Trade High School 
— Francis Tobin, trade in- 
structor, Dec. 31, 1965, $6,- 
773.00 per anum. 

Harriet Baldwin School — 
James Solari, senior build- 
ing custodian, Dec. 31, 1965, 
$4,614.35 per annum. 
Placed on file. 



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A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Jan. 17, 
1966, reporting the retire- 
ment from active service of 
the following-named mem- 
bers of the State-Boston Re- 
tirement System, to take ef- 
fect on the dates stated, as 
certified by the Boston Re- 
tirement System: 

Boston Latin School — 
Francis P. Carroll, head of 
department, Dec. 31, 1965. 

Girls' Latin School— Mar- 
ion L. Carnegie, teacher, 
high school Dec. 31, 1965. 

Dorchester High School — 
Linda F. Burr, teacher, high 
school Dec. 31, 1965. 

Girls' High School— Mary 
E. Gannon, medical aid, Dec. 
31, 1965. 

Edmund P. Tileston Dis- 
trict — Margaret C. Cotter 
teacher, elementary, Dec. 31, 
1965. 

Henry Grew District — 
Gertrude Cavanagh Matz, 
teacher, kindergarten, Dec. 
31, 1965. 

Jefferson District — Grace 
E. Parlon, teacher, kinder- 
garten, Dec. 31, 1965. 

Abraham Lincoln-Quincy 
D' strict — Patrick F. Hynes, 
assistant principal, Jan. 31, 
1966. 

Dept. of Schoolhouse Cus- 
todian — Chester M. Hanson, 
John J. McCafferty, senior 
building custodians, Dec. 31, 
1965. 

Dept. of School Lunches — 
Mary A. Goff, cafeteria at- 
tendant, Dec. 31, 1965. 

Dept. of Vocational Edu- 
cation and Industrial Arts — 
America B. Ventura, shop 
foreman, Dec. 31, 1965. 
Placed on file. 

APPOINTMENTS 
The following nomina- 
tions by the Superintendent, 
certified by him as being in 
accordance with the rules 
and regulations, to take ef- 
fect on the dates stated, 
were presented: 

(BY PROMOTION) 
Department of Teacher 
Placement — Joan F. Mc- 
Auliffe, assistant director 
(primary and elementary) 
Feb. 1, 1966. 

Boston Latin School — 
Joseph F. Walsh, head of 



department (from junior 
master, Hyde Park High 
School), Feb. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments were approved 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Eis- 
enstadt— 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

Subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, the 
Superintendent nominated 
the persons named below to 
the school or district and 
with the rank indicated in 
each case, for the school 
year ending August 31, 1966, 
and certified that their ap- 
pointments are in accord- 
ance with the regulations of 
the School Committee. 

These appointments are 
offered subject to the candi- 
dates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualification 
and Section 38G of Chapter 
71 of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, relating to 
teacher certification. 

In the event that any per- 
son appointed by this order 
fails to comply with the 
Rules of the School Com- 
mittee of the City of Boston 
relating to certificates of 
qualification and Section 
38G of Chapter 71 of the 
General Laws of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachu- 
setts, relating to teacher 
certification, on or before 
August 31, 1966, then the ap- 
pointment of such person 
herein made shall be null 
and void. 

(FROM THE 
ELIGIBLE LIST) 

Boston Latin School — 
Kenneth R. Byrne, junior 
master ($5460 — anniversary 
date Jan. 1,) Jan. 18, 1966. 

English High School — 
William J. Brown, junior 
master ($5940 — anniversary 
date Jan. 1), Jan. 1, 1966. 

Bigelow District — Alice 
L. Halpine, teacher, prima- 
ry ($5940) — anniversary 
date Jan. 1) Jan. 18, 1966. 



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Rosina E. Piro, teacher, 
elementary IV-IV ($5460- 
anniversary date Jan. 1), 
Jan. 18, 1966. 

Edmund P. Tileston Dis- 
trict—Lawrence G. Kurkjy, 
teacher, elementary IV- VI 
($5460 — anniversary date 
Jan. 18), Jan. 18, 1966. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict—Margaret A. Callag- 
han, teacher, primary 
($5460 — anniversary date, 
Fob. 1), Feb. 1, 1966. 

Hugh O'Brien District — 
Judith C. Manning, teacher, 
primary ($5460 — anniver- 
sary date Feb. 1), Feb. 1, 
1966. 

Joseph H. Barnes Junior 
High School— Nancy A. Far- 
ley, teacher, junior high 
($5460 — anniversary date 
Jan. 1), Jan. 18, 1966. 

Roger Wolcott District — 
Mary K. Lavigne, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5700— 
anniversary date Jan. 1), 
Jan. 1, 1966. 

Instruction of Physically 
Handicapped Children — 
Janet C. Ivanhoe, teacher 
($5700) — anniversary date 
Jan. 1), Jan. 18, 1966. 

Grace G. Ohliger, teach- 
er (from teacher, junior 
high, William Howard Taft 
Junior High School), Jan. 1, 
1966. 

Dept. of School Health 
Services — Isabelle Dimery 
Bene, school nurse ($5460 — 
anniversary date Feb. 1), 
Feb. 1, 1966. 

Florence McCready Lane, 
school nurse ($5460 — an- 
anniversary date Feb. 1), 
Feb. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments were approved 
by the following vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

LIST OF TEACHERS 
APPROVED FOR TEM- 
PORARY SERVICE 

The Suprintendent sub- 
mitted under the provisions 
of Section 265 paragraph 3 
of the regulations, the fol- 
lowing list of teachers ap- 
proved by him from which 
assignments may be made 
for temporary service: 



Donald J. Agnetta, Dan- 
iel Alonardo, Adam Artis, 
Ernestine G. C. Ayache Jean 
M. Barline, Barbara Clark 
Berrean, Ann D. Blest, Tem- 
ma Goldstein Boss, William 
E. Butler, Arthur S. Cahn, 
Courtney Carleton, Ronald 
L. Cheney, Michael G. Con- 
tompasis, William H. Coo- 
gan, III, Richard J. Cun- 
ningham, Frederick C. Dia- 
mond, Gloria S. Dion. 

Ida M. Fields, Michael W. 
Gagnon, Miriam Nisula 
Gauld, Lawrence C. Gentile, 
Theodora Giagios George- 
ady, Michael T. Greene, 
Alice Grega, Stephen B. 
Grundstein, Edmund T. 
Hammond, Jr., Barbara 
Thompson Howey, Gardner 
M. Hurlburt, Donald E. 
Jones, Russell R. Karl, 
James F. Keating, Jr., Rob- 
ert J. Kelly, Stanley Koff- 
man, Marilyn J. Kornet, 
John Kreismanis, Marie G. 
Hartnett Leary, Mary Eliza- 
beth Ledwick, Lawrence L. 
LeGallo, Margaret A. Lewis, 
Susan Dee Lipman. 

Lawrence A. Maggio, John 
Magnani, Rima Kaplan 
Manas, Joseph G. Mansfield, 
Elizabeth McCarthy, John 
McGee, Nan G. McGuire 
Robert E. McMillan, Emory 
L. Miller, Mary Moroney, 
Joyce L u k e t z Morral, 
George W. Mortimer, Jr., 
Eilene F. Naughton, Nesta 
Mary Saba, Ignatius Gene 
Palerma. 

Victor E. Passacantilli, 
Joanne Ansaldi Pyne, Jane 
Travis Raber, Judith S. 
Ryan, Kathryn Noussee 
Samiotes Joseph B. Sanders, 
Sheila Sennott, John F. 
Sheehan, Linda Stern, 
James Michael Sullivan, 
Katherine Teale, Helen J. 
Tirrell, Fred S. Vasalle, 
Stephen A. Wallis, Ruth So- 
boff Whitman, George B. 
Winston. 

Martha Jane Aex, Sharon 
Anne Bandlow, Katharine L. 
Baum, Franklin Reese Car- 
lile, Helen Kimball Crombie, 
Maureen E. Cyr, Melvin 
Galer, Aileen Beth Crubin, 
Elizabeth Thomes Hobbs, 
Maralyn LaVerdiere, Kath- 
arine Bailey Lemonnier, 
Shirley Raviele Loomis, 
Dorothy Lou Milligan, Rob- 
ert M. Olson, Jr. 

John T. O'Shea, Lawrence 
William Roven, Carol J. 



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Russell, Peter Sajovic, Re- 
becca Scott, Marie A. Seery, 
Millicent Silverstein, Noreen 
Suelnis, R. N., Kathleen 
Murphy Sweeney, John 
Harold Thornell, Ruth 
Waitkunas, R. N. 

On roll call, the list of 
teachers was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

DEPT. OF ADULT ED- 
UCATIONAL AND REC- 
REATIONAL ACTIVITIES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Jan. 17, 
1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
appointed the following- 
named persons for service 
in the evening schools for 
the term 1965-66: 

High Schools 

Assistants — Gerard F. 
Donovan, Dec. 2, 1965; Dan- 
iel W. Pratt, Dec. 14, 1965. 
Elemetary School 

Assistant — John A. Bos- 
worth, Jan. 4, 1966. 
Trade School 

Toolkeeper — Charles W. 
Junkins, Dec. 21, 1965. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 
NAYS— 
ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

(Extended Use Division) 
A communication was re- 
ceievd from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Jan. 17, 
1966, reporting, subject to 
the approval of the School 
Committee, he has assigned 
the following-named per- 
sons to serve in the Depart- 
ment of Adult Educational 
and Recreational Activities, 
Extended Use Division for 
the term 1965-66: 
Assignment 
General Helper 
John J. Callahan, effec- 
tive Dec. 13, 1965. 
Club Leader 
Nancyann T. Coyne, ef- 
fective Jan. 3, 1966. 



The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 
4BSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

INSTRUCTION OF 
PHYSICALLY HANDI- 
CAPPED CHILDREN 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Jan. 17, 
1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teachers for employ- 
ment after school hours to 
teach physically handi- 
capped children, not to ex- 
ceed two hours in any one 
day, to take effect on the 
dates indicated: Mary L. 
Stroup, December 8; Mary 
L. Connor, December 9; 
Francis O'Meara, Decem- 
ber 13; Peter Clark, De- 
cember 15, Rita S. Rinella, 
Nov. 18 Catherine C. Gar- 
vin, Nov. 19, Laura E. Mach- 
lin, Dec. 10, and Mary Her- 
non Clarke, Dec. 17, 1965. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 
ABSENT— Mrs .Hicks— 1 

MANPOWER DEVELOP- 
MENT AND TRAINING 
CLASSES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
17, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, and 
in accordance with the or- 
der passed at the meeting of 
June 19, 1962, he has ap- 
pointed the following named 
persons to the classes under 
the Manpower Develop- 
ment and Training Act of 
1962, P. L. 87-415, to take 
effect on the dates stated. 

Instructors — Edward W. 
McGinnis (Elec. Mech.), 
(Trade Annex,) 11-22-65. 
Francis J. Goode (Clk- 
Typist) (Jamaica Plain) 



JANUARY 17, 1966 



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11-22-65. Daniel H. Dobalian 
(Calculating Mach. Op.) 
(Annex) 11-29-65. Grace H. 
Callanan (Calculating Mach. 
Op.) (Annex) 11-29-65. 
Marrie M. Dillon (Altcrcr- 
Garment) (Girls Trade) 
11-20-65. Nelson T. Benson 
(Clk-Typist) (Ea. B.H.S.) 
11-22-65. Joseph J. Feely 
(Sales. Auto Pts.) (Brigh- 
ton) 10-4-65. David G. New- 
comb (Inst. Man, Transit 
Man, Webster) 1-10-66. 
Helen L. Donovan (Calcula- 
ting Mach. Op., Tr. Annex) 
1-3-66. L. Andrew Lamborg- 
hini (Inst. Man, Transit 
Man, Webster) 1-3-66. 
Lawrence W. Hargadon 
(Heliarc Welder, East Bos- 
ton) 12-20-65. 

Toolkeeper — Joe Mitchell 
(Baker, Trade Annex) 
12-6-65. George F. Noonan 
(Mach. Op., So. Bos. High) 
12-6-65. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 



LEAVE OF ABSENCE 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
17, 1966, reporting subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, that he 
has discontinued the leave 
of absence without pay 
granted to the following 
named teacher, to take ef- 
fect on the date stated: 

Dillaway District — Lottie 
Butler, teacher, primary, 
January 3, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the discontinuance of 
leave of absence was grant- 
ed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Jan. 17, 
1966, recommending that 
leave of absence without 
pay for maternity be grant- 
ed to the following named 



teachers to take effect on 
the dates indicated, and to 
continue until terminated 
by the Superintendent, with 
the approval of the School 
Committee, provided that 
such leave shall be for a 
period of at least three 
months after the date of 
birth, and provided further- 
that no such leave shall in 
any event exceed eighteen 
months: 

Hyde Park High School— 
Kathryn M. McElroy, teach- 
er high school, November 29, 
1965. 

Roslindale High School- 
Judith Norton, teacher high 
school, December 7, 1965. 

John Marshall District- 
Mary Webb, teacher, prim- 
ary, November 1, 1965. 

Harvard District— Eileen 
McLean Graham, teacher, 
kindergarten, December 9, 
1965. 

Theodore Lyman District 
— Rosemary A. Colbert, 
teacher, elementary, January 
3, 1966. 

Blackinton — John Che- 
verus District — Josephine 
Nagy, teacher, elementary, 
January 3, 1966. 

John A. Andrew Dis- 
trict — Elaine Dacey, teacher, 
primary January 1, 1966. 

Dillaway District — Elea- 
nor Hoar, teacher primary, 
January 1, 1966. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trice — Gertrude Williams, 
teacher, primary, December 
10, 1965. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt. 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Jan. 17, 
1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence for rest 
be granted to the following 
named teacher for the peri- 
od specified: 

Boston Latin School — 
Aaron Gordon, teacher, 
September 1, 1966 to Jan- 
uary 31, 1967. 



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JANUARY 17, 1966 



The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Jan. 17, 
1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence without 
pay be granted to the fol- 
lowing named persons for 
the term specified: 

Lewis Junior High School 
— Louis A. Vangel, teacher, 
junior high, January 3, 1966 
to August 31, 1966. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict — Barbara A. Solomon 
(Katz) teacher, kindergar- 
ten, January 24, 1966 to 
June 23, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of Jan. 
17, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence without 
loss of pay be granted to the 
following named person for 
the term specified: 

Department of Science — 
John A. Tyrell, Director, 
Jan. 24 and 25, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, that the fol- 
lowing named persons be 
granted an extension of 
sick leave, without loss of 



pay, for a period of thirty 
days from the date stated: 

Vocational Education and 
Industrial Arts — Ralph J. 
Nielson, shop foreman, Jan- 
uary 18, 1966. 

Elihu Greenwood District 
— Genevieve M. Cannata, 
teacher, elementary, Janu- 
ary 25, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs., Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 3 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

TRANSFERS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
17, 1966, reporting .hat, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has made the following 
transfer of teachers, to take 
effect Feb. 1, 1966: 

Agnes M. Croke, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI, John 
Fitzgerald Kennedy Dis- 
trict, to the same position 
in the Harvard District. 

Mary McE. McLaughlin, 
teacher, high school, East 
Boston High School, to the 
same position in the Roslin- 
dale High School. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

DESIGNATIONS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
17, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following des- 
ignations of personnel, to 
take effect Jan. 1, 1966 and 
to continue until otherwise 
ordered: 

Herbert C. Hambelton, 
Administrative Assistant to 
Superintendent, as Acting 
Associate Superintendent 
(vice John M. Canty, absent 
on leave). 

Archie J. Walsh, Assist- 
ant Principal, Oliver Wen- 
dell Holmes Junior High 
School, as Acting Adminis- 
trative Assistant to Super- 
intendent. 

Placed on file. 



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15 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of Jan. 
17, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following 
designations of teachers, to 
serve in the positions indi- 
cated until such time as 
they shall be filled other- 
wise, in accordance with 
the rules and regulations 
but not beyond Aug. 31 
1966: 

Oliver Wendell -lolmes 
Junior High School — Dan- 
iel E. O'Connell, teacher, 
junior high, as acting as- 
sistant principal, Jan. 3, 
1966. 

Rice-Franklin District — 
Joseph O'Neil, shop instruc- 
tor as acting asistant 
principal (vice Robert Con- 
way, absent on leave), Nov. 
12, 1965. 

Department of Vocation- 
al Education and Indus- 
trial Arts — Walter E. 
Shaughnessy, shop foreman, 
as acting assistant director 
(vice Herbert G. Forsell, 
absent on leave) Nov. 29, 
1965. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
17, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following des- 
ignations of teachers, to 
serve in the positions indi- 
cated, until such time as 
they shall be filled other- 
wise, in accordance with 
the rules and regulations, 
but not beyond Aug. 31, 
1966: 

Agassiz District — Char- 
lotte A. Regele, teacher, 
elementary, as acting as- 
sistant principal, Nov. 1, 
1965. 

Martin District — Martin 
E. Fitzpatrick, teacher, 
elementary, as acting as- 
sistant principal (vice Eliza- 
beth M. Thornton, absent 
on leave), Nov. 29, 1965. 

Placed on file. 

REPORT ON MARRIED 
TEACHERS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Jan. 17, 
1966, reporting that in ac- 
cordance with the provis- 
ions of Section 283 of the 
regulations, the following- 
named teachers have re- 



ported that they were mar- 
ried on the dates indicated: 

Dorchester High School 

— Kirby Adams, teacher, 

high school, married June 

19, 1965, new name Kirby 

Adams Ortiz de Montellano. 

Jeremian E. Burke High 
School for Girls — Barbara 
A. Byrne, teacher, high 
school, married Nov. 27, 
1965, new name Barbara 
Byrne Byron; Gretchen D. 
Hanlon, teacher, high school, 
married Oct. 9, 1965, new 
name Gretchen Hanlon 
Wescott. 

Edmund P. Tileston Dis- 
trict — Marilyn F. Kennedy, 
teacher, primary, married 
July 24, 1965, new name 
Marilyn Kennedy Coady. 

Elihu Greenwood District 
— Judith L. Segel, teacher, 
primary, married Dec. 26, 
1965, new name Judith 
Segel Feigen. 

Francis Parkman District 
— Catherine A. Sullivan, 
teacher, junior high, married 
Nov. 20, 1965, new name 
Catherine Sullivan Friary. 

John Winthrop District — 
Mary-Ann S. DeVita, teach- 
er, primary, married Oct. 
24, 1965, new name Mary- 
Ann DeVita Palmieri. 

Martin District — Paula 
M. Antanelis, teacher, 
kindergarten, married Nov. 
27, 1965, new name Paula 
Antanelis Casey. 

Michelangelo - Eliot-Han- 
cock District — Nancy E. 
Bushee, teacher, elementary, 
married Dec. 26, 1965, new 
name Nancy Bushee Spin- 
ney. 

Prince District — Sherrie 
R. Teplitz, teacher, elem- 
tary IV-VI, married Nov. 
24, 1965, new name Sherrie 
Teplitz Dawn. 

Rice-Franklin District— 
Noreen T. Manning, teach- 
er, primary, married Oct. 
16, 1965, new name Noreen 
Manning Burns. 

Robert Gould Shaw Junior 
High School — Joanne F. 
Collins, teacher, junior high, 
married Nov. 13, 1965, new 
name Joanne Collins Fenton. 

Thomas Gardner District 
— Carol A. MacDonald. 
teacher, primary, married 
Oct. 23, 1965, new name 
Carol MacDonald Camp- 
bell. 

Washington Irving Junior 
High School— Ann M. Kelly, 



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JANUARY 17, 1966 



teacher, junio. high, mar- 
ried Oct. 30, 1965, new name 
Ann Ke 11- - Henry. 
Placed on file. 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTIONS 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That William 
H. Ohrenberger, Superin- 
tendent of Public Schools, 
William J. Cunningham, As- 
sociate Superintendent, and 
Louise Day Hicks, member, 
Boston School Committee, 
be authorized to attend the 
American Association of 
School Administrators Con- 
vention, to be held in At- 
lantic City, New Jersey, 
Feb. 12 to 17, 1966, at an 
expense to the city not to 
exceed one hundred fifty- 
five dollars ($155) each. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Francis 
E. Harrington, Principal, 
Patrick T. Campbell Junior 
High School, be authorized 
to attend the 50th Annual 
Convention of the National 
Association of Secondary- 
School Principals, to be 
held in Cleveland, Ohio, 
Feb. 5 to 9, 1966, at an ex- 
pense to the city not to ex- 
ceed one hundred seventy- 
five dollars ($175). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
17, 1966 submitting in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
of the Acts of 1914, report 
of William H. Ohrenberger, 
Superintendent of Public 
Schools, William J. Cunning- 
ham, and William G. Tobin, 
Associate Superintendents, 
Louise Day Hicks, Chairman, 
Thomas S. Eisenstadt, 



Arthur J. Gartland and Wil- 
liam E. O'Connor, Mem- 
bers, Boston School Com- 
mittee, on their attendance 
at the Fall Conference, 
Great Cities Program for 
School Improvement, held 
in Los Angeles, California, 
Nov. 10 to 14, 1965, inclu- 
sive. 

Placed on file. 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Jan. 17, 
1966, submitting in accord- 
ance with the provisions of 
Section 3 of Chapter 274 of 
the Acts of 1914, report of 
Louise S. Holthaus, R. N., 
chief supervising nurse, De- 
partment of School Health 
Services, on her attendance 
at the 61st Convention of 
the Massachusetts Nurses 
Association, held in Chico- 
pee, Massachusetts, Oct. 27 
to 29, 1965, inclusive. 

Placed on file. 



PERMISSION TO RE- 
MAIN AFTER 70th 
BIRTHDAY 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That under 
the provisions of Chapter 
348 of the Acts of 1954, and 
at the request of the per- 
sons concerned, the follow- 
ing-named teachers who 
will attain the maximum 
age for retirement before 
the end of the school year 
1965-1966, be allowed to re- 
main in service until the end 
of the school year 1966: 

Edythe M. McKelligett, 
Assistant Principal Special 
Class, David L. Barrett 
School, Feb. 27, 1966. 

Judith M. Oliva, teacher, 
elementary, Abraham Lin- 
coln-Quincy District, Mar. 
1966. 

Louis A. VanHam, Head 
of Department, Boston 
Technical High School, Mar. 
30, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 



JANUARY 17, 1966 



17 



SUPERINTENDENT 


ESTABLISHMENT OF 


AUTHORIZED TO MAKE 


COURSE 


APPLICATION TO 


The following was offered: 


GOVERNMENT UNDER 


ORDERED, That this 


PL 874 AND PL 88.210 


Committee approve the es- 


The following was offered: 


tablishment of a course 


ORDERED, That the Bos- 


entitled "Preparation for 


ton School Committee, here- 


Apprenticeship Examina- 


by authorizes William H. 


tions" .'inder the Vocational 


Ohrenberger, Superintend- 


Education Act of 1963 (PL 


ent of Schools, to make 


88-210). 


application, in its behalf, to 


On roll call, the order 


the United States Govern- 


passed by the following 


ment for assistance under 


vote: 


PL 874, as amended, and 


YEAS— Messrs. Lee. Mc- 


that said William H. Ohren- 


Donough, O'Connor and Eis- 


berger, shall make such rep- 


enstadt— 4. 


resentations and commit- 


NAYS— 0. 


ments as shall be required 


ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 


by the United States Com- 


_ 


missioner of Education, and 


ELECTION TO BOARD 


otherwise to act as the au- 


OF TRUSTEES, 


thorized representative of 


TEACHER'S 


this School Committee. 


RETIREMENT FUND 


On roll call, the order 


The term of Arthur J. 


passed by the following vote : 


Gartland, as member of the 


YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 


Board of Trustees, Teachers 


Donough, O'Connor and Eis- 


Retirement Fund, having 


enstadt — 4. 


terminated, the School Com- 


NAYS— 0. 


mittee proceeded to fill the 


ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 


vacancy. 


_ 


On roll call, the members 


The following was offered : 


respectively stated that they 


ORDERED, That the Bos- 


voted to fill the vacancy as 


ton School Committee, here- 


follows : 


by authorizes William H. 


FOR 


Ohrenberger, Superintend- 


Mrs. Hicks — Absent. 


ent of Schools, to make ap- 


Mr. Lee — Mr. O'Connor. 


plication in its behalf, to 


Mr. McDonough — Mrs. 


the United States Govern- 


Hicks. 


ment for reimbursement for 


Mr. O'Connor — Mrs. 


Business and Office Educa- 


Hicks. 


tion projects under the Vo- 


Mr. Eisenstadt — Mrs. 


cational Education Act of 


Hicks. 


1963 (P. L. 88.210). 


The Chairman thereupon 


On roll call, the order 


declared Mrs. Louise Day 


passed by the following 


Hicks elected a member of 


vote: 


the Board of Trustees of the 


YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 


Teachers' Retirement Fund 


Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 


for the term ending October 


senstadt — 4. 


1966. 


NAYS— 0. 


— 


ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 


LABOR RELATIONS 





CONSULTANT 


COURSE OF STUDY 


The following was offered : 


The following was offered : 


ORDERED, That this 


ORDERED, That the ac- 


Committee engage the serv- 


companying pamphlet en- 


ices of James Spencer Tobin, 


titled Education in Disad- 


73 Tremont St., Boston, as 


vantaged Urban Areas, Part 


Labor Relations Consultant 


II, is hereby adopted and 


at a fee of $15,000 per year, 


that one thousand (1,000) 


the contract for these serv- 


copies be printed as School 


ices to be drawn up by the 


Document No. 1—1966. 


Law Department. 


On roll call, the order 


On roll call, the order 


passed by the following vote : 


passed by the following vote : 


YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 


YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 


Donough, O'Connor and Eis- 


Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 


enstadt— 4. 


senstadt — 4. 


NAYS— 0. 


NAYS— 0. 


ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 


ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 



18 



JANUARY 17, 1966 



PERSONNEL RELATIONS 
COORDINATOR 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the po- 
sition of Personnel Relations 
Coordinator be established 
forthwith at a salary of 
$15,000 per year. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Eis- 
enstadt— 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

AUTHORIZATION TO 

ACQUIRE LAND IN 

REAR OF 

BEETHOVEN SCHOOL 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the Su- 
perintendent of Construc- 
tion of the Department of 
School Buildings be author- 
ized to acquire approxi- 
mately 31,016 sq. ft. of land 
located in the rear of the 
Beethoven School, West 
Roxbury, now in the custody 
of the Real Property De- 
partment of the City of 
Boston. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Eis- 
enstadt— 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

APPROPRIATIONS 
AND EXPENDITURES 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Business 
Manager, under date of Nov. 
30, 1965, submitting a state- 
ment showing the appropri- 
ations, expenditures and the 
balances for general school 
purposes and special items 
for the first eleven drafts 
of the current fiscal year, 
the expenditures for the first 
eleven drafts of the fiscal 
year 1964 and the increases 
and decreases in the several 
items. 
Placed on file. 

PROMOTIONS, 
COMPENSATION 
ADMINISTRATIVE 
OFFICES 
The following was offered : 
ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Di- 
vision of Civil Service, Mary 
M. Doyle, Clerk and Ste- 
nographer, be provisionally 
promoted to Senior Clerk 



and Stenographer, Depart- 
ment of Vocational Educa- 
tion and Industrial Arts, to 
take effect January 19, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Cecelia 
V. Irwin, Telephone Opera- 
tor, be paid additional com- 
pensation at the rate of $8 
per week beginning Decem- 
ber 6, 1965, and to continue 
during such time as she 
shall serve in place of Agnes 
E. Becket, Chief Telephone 
Operator, absent because of 
personal illness. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

APPOINTMENTS, 
CUSTODIANS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
17, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and in 
accordance with the certifi- 
cation of the Division of 
Civil Service, the appoint- 
ment of the following-named 
persons who stand at the 
head of the list, and who 
have been approved by the 
Medical Director, Work- 
men's Compensation Serv- 
ice, City of Boston, as jun- 
ior building custodians, to 
take effect January 26, 1966. 

Walter W. Conley, Rich- 
ard T. Kelley, Jr., John T. 
Duffy, Augustus J. Brig- 
ante, George W. Flaherty, 
John P. Carroll, Ralph V. 
Vacca. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt — 4 



JANUARY 17, 1966 



19 



NAYS-0 

ABSENT Mrs. Hicks— 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
17, 1966, recommending, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and in 
accordance with the certifi- 
cation of the Division of 
Civil Service, that the fol- 
lowing-named persons who 
stand at the head of the 
promotional list be ap- 
pointed senior building 
custodians, to take effect 
January 19, 1966. 

Michael F. Haverty, Ed- 
ward A. Page, Jr., Francis 
E. Broderick, John P. Mc- 
Cormack, Thomas J. Don- 
nelly. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 



LEAVES OF ABSENCE, 
CUSTODIANS 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That Angus 
Griffin, Senior Building Cus- 
todian, be granted a leave 
of absence without loss of 
pay for three (3) days from 
January 18. 1966 to attend 
a conference on the Anti 
Poverty Program to be held 
in Washington, D. C. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Eis- 
enstadt— 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Arnold 
W. Chaffee, Senior Building 
Custodian, be granted a 
leave of absence without pay 
for the period February 1, 

1966 through January 31, 

1967 to attend the State Col- 
lege at Salem. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 



Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Michael 
F. Haverty, Permanent In- 
termittent Senior Building 
Custodian, be granted an ex- 
tension of sick leave without 
loss of pay for a period of 
thirty (30) days from Janu- 
ary 12, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

TRANSFERS OF 
CUSTODIANS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
17, 1966, recommending, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
the following senior build- 
ing custodians who, by sen- 
iority and merit, stand at 
the head of the list, be 
transferred to the schools 
indicated to take effect Jan- 
uary 19, 1966. 

James A. Feeley, from 
Jeremiah E. Burke High to 
Boston Latin School. 

Edgar V. Sargent, from 
Horace Mann to Patrick T. 
Campbell Junior High 
School. 

Walter E. Chaffee, from 
Thomas F. Leen to Minot 
School. 

James F. Gately, from 
Charlestown High to Charles 
E. Mackey School. 

James A. Kelley, from 
Lucy Stone to Thomas J. 
Kenney School. 

Joseph W. Fitzgerald, 
from Atherton to Martha 
A. Baker School. 

Francis P. Mandill, from 
Martha A. Baker to Flor- 
ence Nightingale School. 

Michael Kennedy, from 
William E. Endicott to Har- 
riet A. Baldwin School. 

David I. Tobin, from Al- 
bert Palmer to Samuel W. 
Mason School. 

Anthony E. Fornaro, from 
Abby W. May to Academy 
Hill School. 



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JANUARY 17, 1966 



Robert F. Flavin, from 
Ira Allen to Charles Bul- 
finch School. 

Joseph DeGregorio, from 
Francis Parkman to Bee- 
thoven School. 

Cornelius J. Walsh, from 
Henry Abrams to Spencer 
Memorial School. 

Frank P. Chikowski, from 
Harvard to Choate Burn- 
ham School. 

Francis Bradley, from 
Ralph W. Emerson to Ellen 
H. Richards School. 



The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Eis- 
enstadt— -4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest: 
EDWARD J. WINTER 

Secretary 



City of Boston 
Printing aggjg^o sixtidn 



JANUARY 24, 1966 



23 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



January 24, 1966 
A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston at 
7:18 p. m., and recessed at 
7:29 p. m., resumed at 10:50 
p. m., and adjourned at 
11:25 p. m., the Chairman 
presiding. 

Present: Messrs. Lee Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt. 

A conference of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building at 
7:29 p. m., and adjourned 
at 10:50 p. m. 

TRIBUTE TO 
JOHN M. CANTY 

Chairman: The meeting 
will come to order, and we 
will go into public meeting. 
Mr. Superintendent? 

Superintendent: Mr. 

Chairman and Members, I 
have a resolution I would 
like to present to the Com- 
mittee. 

Whereas, On January 18, 
1966, God in His infinite 
wisdom and mercy sum- 
moned from our midst Mr. 
John M. Canty, Associate 
Superintendent of the Bos- 
ton Public Schools; and 

WHEREAS, The Boston 
School Committee mourns 
the irrevocable loss of this 
capable and conscientious 
teacher and administrator 
who devoted his rich talents 
to the service of the Boston 
Public Schools with dignity, 
distinction and effectiveness 
for 31 years as a teacher, 
head of the Department of 
Business Education, Special 
Assistant to the Business 
Manager, Director of Busi- 
ness Education, and Assist- 
ant and Associate Superin- 
tendent in charge of Per- 
sonnel and Budget; and 

WHEREAS, The Boston 
School Committee is mind- 
ful of the deep sense of dedi- 
cation which inspired Mr. 
Canty to employ his unusual 



combination of abilities as 
attorney, certified public ac- 
countant, and teacher to 
the great and lasting bene- 
fit of the Boston Public 
Schools, particularly by the 
reorganization and modern- 
ization of the Department of 
Business Education and by 
such more recent accom- 
plishments as the establish- 
ment of a new and advanced 
procedure in the recruit- 
ment, examination, and ap- 
pointment of teachers which 
resulted in unprecedented 
numbers of certified candi- 
dates and the replacement 
of substitute teachers by 
permanent appointees under 
contract; and 

WHEREAS, The Boston 
School Committee is like- 
wise conscious of his integ- 
rity, his strong sense of 
justice, and his many other 
admirable qualities and 
characteristics which he 
brought to the task of eval- 
uating the needs of the Bos- 
ton Public Schools and the 
entire personnel with such 
skill and understanding and 
effectiveness as to merit the 
confidence, respect, and af- 
fection of all; and 

WHEREAS, The Boston 
School Committee is also 
aware of the luster and hon- 
or he brought to the Boston 
Public Schools by sharing 
his many fine abilities with 
institutions of higher learn- 
ing and with other school 
systems through his service 
on college faculties and his 
leadership in local, regional, 
and national educational 
and professional associa- 
tions; be it therefore 

RESOLVED, that the 
Boston School Committee 
formally record this expres- 
sion of sorrow at the passing 
of Mr. John M. Canty and 
this tribute to his years of 
distinguished service to the 
Boston Public Schools; and 
be it further 

RESOLVED, that a copy 
of these resolutions be sent 
to the family of our late 
Associate Superintendent as 
a memento of the esteem 
in which Mr. Canty was held 
and as evidence of the sym- 
pathy of the Boston School 
Committee for those who 



24 



JANUARY 24, 1966 



have been so unexpectedly 
bereaved. 

Mr. Eisenstadt: As Chair- 
man I would like to add my 
own personal tribute to the 
resolution which the Super- 
intendent has just proposed 
to the School Committee in 
commemoration of Associ- 
ate Superintendent John M. 
Canty. 

I first met Mr. Canty 
when I became a member 
of the Boston School Com- 
mittee in January of 1962, 
and it was my pleasure to 
vote for his appointment in 
October, 1963, as a member 
of the Board of Superin- 
tendents in charge of per- 
sonnel. 

His splendid record of 
accomplishment in the in- 
tervening years more than 
justifies the confidence 
which other members of 
the Committee shared with 
me at that time in his abil- 
ity, sagacity, judgment and 
spirit of dedication. 

The sterling character of 
Mr. Canty and the high 
quality of his service to the 
Boston Public Schools are 
now known to all of us, and 
his many accomplishments 
will remain as perpetual 
memorials to his unswerv- 
ing devotion to the finest 
personal and professional 
ideals and principles and to 
his high standards of per- 
formance. 

His many recognized abili- 
ties were not only of the 
highest order but were 
ideally suited to the conduct 
of his administrative duties 
which he unfailingly dis- 
charged with outstanding 
efficiency. 

In dealing with personnel 
problems his analytical pow- 
ers as lawyer and account- 
ant were balanced by his 
warm humanity and his abil- 
ity to see each problem from 
the other person's point of 
view. 

At meetings of the School 
Committee, no matter how 
probing or extensive were 
the questions addressed to 
him, his responses were al- 
ways prompt, exact, author- 
itative and of inestimable 
assistance to the School 
Committee in arriving at 



decisions on many matters 
of great importance to the 
Committee and to our per- 
sonnel. 

I share with his devoted 
wife and children their deep 
sense of loss, and I send my 
sincere sympathy to them in 
their bereavement. 

I shall miss Mr. Canty as 
a personal friend and as- 
sociate for whom I have 
had the greatest respect and 
admiration. 

I shall miss him also as 
a member of the Board of 
Superintendents upon whose 
expert counsel and advice I 
have always placed great 
reliance. 

Mr. Canty possessed to an 
unusual degree the personal 
attributes and the profes- 
sional requirements of the 
great teacher and the great 
administrator. 

By his many contribu- 
tions to the improvement of 
teaching and of educational 
administration he set a 
standard of achievement to 
guide and inspire all who 
are connected with the Bos- 
ton Public Schools in the 
difficult years that lie 
ahead. That, I believe, is 
one of the finest heritages 
a man could leave. 

Mr. Lee: Mr. Chairman, 
at this final parting with 
John Canty — who, I think, 
wore himself out trying to 
get and keep good teachers 
for our children's schools — 
I'd like to add one or two 
other points. 

If I were Geoffrey Chau- 
cer I would say, "He was a 
verray parfit, gentil knight." 

We are left to live in the 
example and memory of one 
with the courage of recti- 
tude, with the pleasantness 
of good conscience, with a 
fine sense of freedom: an 
almost perfectly adjusted 
inhabitant of the Republic, 
the universe, and the etern- 
ity and divinity surrounding 
us, who wore culture and 
virtue so becomingly and 
unassumingly that everyone 
wanted to be like him. 

Mr. Eisenstadt: Thank 
you, Mr. Lee. 

Mr. O'Connor: Mr. Chair- 
man, I would like to say a 
few words of tribute for 



JANUARY 24, 1966 



25 



John Canty because I 
worked with John Canty 
for over 30 years in the 
Boston school service. I got 
to know him very well, and 
I admired him years ago 
with his wonderful capacity. 

He was head of the High 
School Teachers group. He 
gave freely of his time to 
improve the economic con- 
ditions of our teaching staff. 

He, of course, was above 
all a teacher first. Then he 
became a lawyer. Then he 
became an accountant, and 
finally he became an ad- 
ministrator: and with all 
those different splendid 
qualities he molded them 
all into an ideal man, and 
certainly our Superintend- 
ent used rare extremely 
keen judgment in the selec- 
tion of John Canty to finish 
his days in our school serv- 
ice in the position of an as- 
sociate superintendent in 
charge of personnel. 

I know that the work he 
has started, the foundation 
he has laid for that depart- 
ment — which was badly in 
need of that foundation — 
will certainly reflect his 
glory in the many years to 
come. 

Mr. Eisenstadt: Thank 
you, Mr. O'Connor. 

Mr. McDonough: Mr. 
Chairman, let me say that 
I did not know Mr. Canty 
personally. I knew him only 
through reputation, and his 
was one of the highest repu- 
tations in the School De- 
partment. He will be a sore 
loss for our School Commit- 
tee and the School Depart- 
ment. 

Mr. Eisenstadt: Thank 
you, Mr. McDonough. 

Mr. Winter, would you 
call the roll on the resolu- 
tions offered? 

Mr. Lee: May I suggest 
that what has been said 
here tonight be made a part 
of the public record and the 
entire Committee can pre- 
sume that this unanimous 
consent? 

Chairman: Yes, Mr. Lee, 
I believe we are now in pub- 
lic meeting so as a matter 
of course these remarks are 
being recorded for the pub- 
lic record. 

Secretary: On the resolu- 
tion. 



Mr. Lee: On the resolu- 
tion as a whole or the inser- 
tion of what has been said 
here altogether? 

Secretary: On the resolu- 
tion. 

Chairman: The resolution 
is the only thing that was 
formally proposed to the 
Committee in the form of a 
resolution. 

Superintendent : The re- 
marks will all be printed in 
the public record. 

Mr. Lee: I think it would 
be nice to include what has 
been said here all together 
in the message that is sent 
to the family — without be- 
ing so formal about it, 
amending the resolution to 
include the individual re- 
marks as well as the joint 
remarks which you read. 

I just thought that by 
unanimous consent perhaps 
this might all be included in 
what was to be sent to Mr. 
Canty' s family. 

Chairman: I think that 
this is a good suggestion, 
and if the Secretary will 
take this as an implied di- 
rective from the Committee, 
I am sure that it will be 
done. 

I do think we should have 
the roll recorded, though, 
on the resolution. 

(Rollcall:) 

Mrs. Hicks (Absent) 

Mr. Lee: Yes. 

Mr. McDonough: Yes. 

Mr. O'Connor: Yes. 

Chairman: Yes. 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
Sept. 13, 1965, be amended 
as follows: 

Under Appointments from 
the Eligible List— Dwight 
District — Marie Conway 
O'Brien, teacher, primary, 
should read— "$5700." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

IN MEMORIAM 
The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 



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JANUARY 24, 1966 



on January 18, 1966, of 
John M. Canty, Associate 
Superintendent. 
Placed on file. 

The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
of the following-n amed 
members of the Boston 
School Department: 

Boston Latin School — 
Helen A. Sanbar, school 
librarian, Nov. 26, 1965. 

Department of Attendance 
—Gerald A. Barry, super- 
visor of attendance, Jan. 18, 
1966. 

Placed on file. 

RESIGNATION 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, reporting the res- 
ignation of the following- 
named teacher: 

Boston Latin School — Wil- 
liam A. Lindahl, junior mas- 
ter, Jan. 28, 1966. 
Accepted. 

APPOINTMENTS 

(BY PROMOTION— En- 
richment Program for Ele- 
mentary, Junior High and 
Senior High Schools, Proj- 
ect No. 6-035-004, Title I, 
ESEA, 1965). 

Dept. of Kindergartens- 
Florence G. Beahan, assist- 
ant director (from teacher, 
kindergarten, Martin Dis- 
trict, Group 4 — 10 months, 
$966. per month of service), 
Feb. 1, 1966 

Dept. of Teacher Place- 
ment — Michael J. Vaughan, 
assistant director (from as- 
sistant principal, Emerson 
District, Group 4 — 10 
months, $1,014. per month 
of service), 

Feb. 1, 1966 

Louise M. McCoy, assist- 
ant director (from assistant 
principal, James A. Garfield 
District, Group 4 — 10 
months, $1,014. per month 
of service), 

Feb. 1, 1966 

Dept. of Compensatory 
Services — Marilyn R. Kiely, 
assistant director (from as- 
sistant principal, Dudley 
District, Group 6 — 11 
months, $1,043.64 per month 
of service), 

Feb. 1, 1966 

Daniel S. Coughlin, assist- 
ant director (from assistant 
principal, Julia Ward Howe 



District, Group 6 — 11 
months, $1,043.64 per month 
of service), 

Feb. 1, 1966 

Paul J. Keane, assistant 
director (from assistant 
principal, Phillips Brooks 
District, Group 6 — 11 
months, $1,043.64 per month 
of service), 

Feb. 1, 1966 

On roll call, the rules were 
suspended and the appoint- 
ments approved by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough and Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

LIST OF TEACHERS 

APPROVED FOR 
TEMPORARY SERVICE 

The Superintendent sub- 
mitted under the provisions 
of Section 265 paragraph 3 
of the regulations, the fol- 
lowing list of teachers ap- 
proved by him from which 
assignments may be made 
for temporary service: , 

Kathleen Almgren, Carl 
A. Carnley, Lawrence E. 
Carter, Eileen M. Connors, 
Deborah Ruth Deane, John 
Dever, Richard K. Ernst, 
Patricia J. Fleming, John 
I. Glennie, Joyce Lee Gor- 
man, Judith A. Holt, John 
W. Karle, Gerard F. Kiley, 
Robert L. Kittredge, Edwin 
Klein, Morton Kramer. 

Ann Ruth Kuperman, 
Robert H. Leigh, Rosalind 
Brown McClellan, Jennifer 
Mulin Mierzykowski, Caro- 
line J. Mindell, William 
Thomas Murray, Joseph T. 
O'Connor, Angelina Caruso 
Pasqualino, Joyce Elaine 
Redling, Judith Rosenberg, 
Stephen H. Ross, Stephen 
P. Sarando, Vincent A. 
Scaduto, Wayne D. Shep- 
herd, Alice C. Shoemaker, 
Beverly MacNeill Smith, 
Susan Stempleski, Leslie 
Strong, Stephen A. Swartz, 
Charles Turner, John C. 
Turner, Richard K. Walton, 
Kathleen M. White. 

Andrew DeShong, Carol 
Mae Ford, Betty Jane 
Grossman, Madeline Anne 
Hill, John J. Maloney, 
Sharon Lee Poliskin, Bar- 
bara Allen Schulze, Mar- 
garet M. Snyder, Paula 
Carol Snyder, Kathleen A. 
Rawly. 



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On roll call, the list of 
teachers wa° approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

DEPARTMENT OF 
ADULT EDUCATIONAL 

AND RECREATIONAL 
ACTIVITIES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, reporting, subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named persons to serve in 
the Department of Adult 
Educational and Recrea- 
tional Activities, Extended 
Use Division for the term 
1965-66. 

Assignment 
Club Leader 

Joseph D. Larkin, effec- 
tive Jan. 19, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
pall, the appointment was 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
appointed the following- 
named persons for service in 
the evening schools for the 
term 1965-66: 

High Schools 

Assistants— Christy Beli- 
sis, Jan. 18, 1966; Charles L. 
McCarthy, Jan. 6, 1966; 
Jane B. Monahan, Jan. 11, 
1966. 

Elementary Schools 

Assistants — Kathleen M. 
Lamir, Jan. 4, 1966; Anne 
Marie Mullaney, Jan. 4, 1966. 
Trade School 

Assistant — Paul E. Mil- 
ward, Jan. 4, 1966. 

Toolkeeper — Bruno R. Urn- 
bro, Jan. 13, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 



approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, recommending 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence without 
pay be granted for the 
term specified: 

Mather District and Paul 
A. Dever District — Ger- 
trude Cone, M.D., School 
Physician January 25, 1966 
to March 31, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, THAT the 
following named person be 
planted an extension of 
sick leave without loss of 
pay, for a period of thirty 
days from the date stated: 

Roslindale High School — 
Martha Crane O'Neill 
teacher, high school— Jan- 
uary 20, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks 1. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, recommending, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence for study 
and travel be granted to 
the following named teacher 
for the period specified: 

Department of Physical 
Education — Mary J. Thom- 
sen, teacher, Physical Edu- 
cation Junior High. Sep- 
tember 1, 1966 to August 
31, 1967. 



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JANUARY 24, 1966 



The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, recommending that 
leave of absence without 
pay for maternity be grant- 
ed to the following named 
teachers to take effect on 
the dates indicated, and to 
continue until terminated by 
the Superintendent, with the 
approval of the School Com- 
mittee, provided that such 
leave shall be for a period of 
at least three months after 
the date of birth, and pro- 
vided further that no such 
leave shall in any event ex- 
ceed eighteen months: 

E. P. Tileston District- 
Elizabeth McMahon teach- 
er, kindergarten, November 
22, 1965. _. 

Hart - Gaston - Perry Dis- 
trict— Julianne Walsh teach- 
er, primary,, January 1, 

1966. " . . . 

Mary Hemenway District 

— Marjorie Collins, teacher, 

kindergarten, January 3, 

1966. 

Rice-Franklin District— 
Bronwyn Baird Clauson, 
teacher, kindergarten, Jan- 
uary 12, 1966. 

Roger Wolcott District- 
Eleanor Palisi, teacher, ele- 
mentary, January 5, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

ASSIGNMENTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teachers, to the 
Model Demonstration Sub- 



system, Project No. 6-035- 
003, Title I, ESEA, 1965 at 
the salaries indicated to 
take effect Feb. 1, 1966 and 
to continue until Aug. 31, 
1966 unless otherwise 
ordered: 

Dorchester High School — 
Grace R. Whittaker, head 
of department, to Education 
Specialist, Senior High — 
$1,125.00 per month of serv- 
ice. 

English High School — 
John K. Keelon, junior mas- 
ter, to Education Specialist, 
Administrative — $1,125.00 
per month of service. 

Minot District — Helen 
Farady Cotter, teacher, kin- 
dergarten, to Education Spe- 
cialist, Pre-school— $1,125.00 
per month of service. 

Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School — Robert _ E. 
Donahue, assistant principal, 
to Education Specialist, 
Junior High— $1,125.00 per 
month of service. 

: William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — Bernard H. Shulman, 
assistant principal, to Edu- 
cation Specialist, Elemen- 
tary— $1,125.00 per month 
of service. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt— 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned t h e following- 
named teachers and secre- 
taries, as indicated, to the 
Afternoon Elementary and 
Remediation Enrich m e n t 
Laboratories, to take effect 
on the dates indicted: 

John A. Andrew School — 
Teachers: Anna E. Murray, 
Nov. 24, 1965, Mary O'Brien, 
Jan. 3, 1966, Idabelle Mor- 
rissey, Jan. 3, 1966, Mary 
McGowan, Jan 3, 1966 and 
Secretary: Ruth M. Reilly, 
Nov. 24, 1965. 

Jefferson School— Teach- 
ers: Leo Ford, Thomas J. 
Lane, Jan. 10, 1966 and 
Clare Mann, Jan. 17, 1966. 



JANUARY 24, 1966 



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The communication was 


R. Osterman, absent on 


placed on file and on roll 


leave), Jan. 3, 1966. 


call, the assignments were 


Placed on file. 


approved by the fol'owing 


— 


vote: 


PERMISSION TO 


YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 


REMAIN AFTER 70TH 


D o n o u g h, O'Connor and 


BIRTHDAY 


Eisenstadt — 4 
NAYS— 


The following was of- 
fered : 


ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 


ORDERED, That under 


— 


the provisions of Chapter 


DESIGNATIONS 


348 of the Acts of 1954, 


A communication was re- 


and at the request of the 


ceived from the Superin- 


persons concerned, the fol- 


tendent, under date of Jan. 


lowing-named teachers who 


24, 1966, reporting that he 


will attain the maximum 


has made the following des- 


age for retirement before 


ignation of a teacher to 


the end of the school year 


serve in charge of a build- 


1965-1966, be allowed to re- 


ing in accordance with 


main in service until the 


Order No. 7 of the Salary 


end of the school year 1966: 


Schedule, to take effect on 


Dorothy H. Shurtleff, 


the date stated: 


senior assistant, assigned to 


William E. Russell Dis- 


Jeremiah E. Burke High 


trict — Alice L. O'Connor, as- 


School for Girls. 


sistant principal, in charge 


Louise P. O'Malley, teach- 


ot elementary classes in 


er, high school, Jamaica 


John Boyle O'Reilly School, 


Plain High School. 


Nov. 24, 1965; Francis E. 


On roll call, the order 


Buckley, teacher, junior 


passed by the following 


high, in charge of junior 


vote : 


high classes in the Pipe Fit- 


YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 


ters Union Hall Building, 


Donough, O'Connor and 


Dec. 20, 1965. 


Eisenstadt — 4. 


Placed on file. 


NAYS— 0. 


— 


ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 


A communication was re- 


— 


ceived from the Superin- 


ATTENDANCE AT 


tendent, under date of Jan. 


CONVENTION 


24, 1966, reporting that he 


The following was offered: 


has made the following 


ORDERED, That Ronald 


designations of teachers, to 


P. Johnson, Director, Edu- 


serve in the positions indi- 


cational Publications and 


cated, until such time as 


Informational Services, be 


they shall be filled other- 


authorized to attend the 


wise, in accordance with the 


Visitations of Philadelphia 


rules and regulations, but 


and Pittsburgh Schools, 


not beyond Aug. 31, 1966 : 


Feb. 22 to 26, 1966, at an 


Boston Trade High School 


expense to the city not to 


- — R o c c o J. Sammartano, 


exceed one hundred eighty 


trade instructor, as acting 


dollars ($180). 


division foreman (vice 


On roll call, the order 


George W. MacNeill, absent 


passed by the following 


on leave), Jan. 3, 1966. 


vote: 


Jamaica Plain High 


YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 


School — Margaret M. Ma- 


Donough, O'Connor and 


guire, teacher, high school, 


Eisenstadt — 4. 


as acting guidance counselor 


NAYS— 0. 


(vice Anna J. Mullin, absent 


ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 


on leave), Nov. 1, 1965. 


The following was offered: 


Bigelow District — Mar- 


ORDERED, That William 


guerite Wiles, teacher, ele- 


G. Tobin, Associate Superin- 


mentary, as acting assistant 


tendent and Thomas C. Hef- 


principal (vice Eleanor Mc- 


fernan, Administrative As- 


Carthy, absent on leave), 


sistant, be authorized to at- 


Jan. 10, 1966. 


tend the Great Cities Pro- 


William E. Russell Dis- 


gram for School Improve- 


trict — Jacob A. Santama- 


ment, Re: Public Law 874 


ria, assistant principal, as 


to be held in Washington, 


acting principal (vice Louis 


D. C, Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, 



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JANUARY 24, 1966 



1966, at an expense to the 
city not to exceed one hun- 
dred fifteen dollars ($115) 
each. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Joseph 
F. Callahan, Project Direc- 
tor Neighborhood Youth 
Corps In-School Program, 
be authorized to attend the 
Second Northeast Regional 
Sponsors' Conference Neigh- 
borhood Youth Corps, to be 
held in New York City, 
Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 and 2, 
1966, the expenses not to 
exceed one hundred ten dol- 
lars ($110), funds to be 
charged to Economic Oppor- 
tunity Act of 1964. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Arthur 
J. Sullivan, Head Master, 
Charlestown High School, 
be authorized to attend the 
50th Annual Convention of 
the National Association of 
Secondary-School Principals, 
to be held in Cleveland, 
Ohio, Feb. 5 to 9, 1966, at 
an expense to the city not 
to exceed one hundred 
seventy-iive dollars ($175). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, submitting in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
-of the Acts of 1914, report 
of William H. Ohrenberger, 
Superintendent of Public 
Schools, on his . attendance 
at .the Meeting of Superin- 



tendents of Large Cities, 
held in Memphis, Tennessee, 
Oct. 13 10 16, 1965, inclusive. 
Placed on file. 

TRANSFER AND SICK 
LEAVE 
SCHOOL AND ADMINIS- 
TRATION BUILDING 
The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
Division of Civil Service, 
and with the consent of the 
person and the department 
concerned, Mary E. Morse, 
Principal Clerk-School Sec- 
retary, Bennett District, be 
transferred to the position 
of Senior Clerk and Typist, 
Registry of Motor Vehicles, 
Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts, to take effect 
January 31, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4. 
NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 
1. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Ger- 
trude A. Lythgoe, principal 
Clerk and Stenographer, 
Department of Attendance, 
be granted an extension of 
sick leave, without loss of 
pay, for a period of thirty 
days from January 14, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donoiigh, O'Connor, and 
Mr. Eisenstadt— 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1 

TERMINATION OF 
SERVICE OF JANITRESS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, reporting the termi- 
nation of service, effective 
December 16, 1965, of Anne 
M. Wall, Janitress, Admini- 
stration Building. 

Accepted. 

APPOINTMENT OF 
CUSTODIANS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, requesting that, 



JANUARY 24, 1966 



31 



subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, the 
appointment of Walter W. 
Conley, junior building cus- 
todian, as presented and 
approved at the meeting of 
January 17, 1966, be re- 
scinded. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the (rescinding of ap- 
pointmenut was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and Ei- 
senstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

A communication was 
received from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
24, 1966, recommending 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, and 
in accordance with the cer- 
tification of the Division of 



Civil Service, that the fol- 
lowing junior building cus- 
todians, who stand at the 
hc;i(! of I lie promotional list, 
be appointed permanent 
intermittent senior building 
custodians, to take effect 
January 19, 1966. 

John J. Linehan, Michael 
F. Keaney, Winslow P. 
Adams, William D. Lauben- 
stein, Edward J. Walsh. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mrs. Hicks— 1. 

The Committee adjourned 

Attest: 
EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary 



Crrr of Boston 

Printing «^HP&" Section 



JANUARY 31, 1966 



33 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



Jan. 31. 1966. 

A conference of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, at 
7:10 p. m., recessed at 7:46 
p. m., resumed at 7:53 p. m., 
and adjourned at 9:17 p. m. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston, was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building at 
7:46 p. m., and adjourned 
at 7:53 p. m. 

ELECTION OF 

ASSOCIATE 

SUPERINTENDENT 

Superintendent: Mr. Chair- 
man and Members of the 
Committee, at this particu- 
lar time I would like to 
place in nomination the 
name of a man who has 
served in the Boston Public 
Schools as a teacher in ele- 
mentary and junior high 
school. He has earned his 
bachelor's degree from Bos- 
ton College in 1931, his Mas- 
ter of Education degree in 
1932 from Boston Univer- 
sity. Since that time he has 
taken additional educational 
courses in State College at 
Boston, Boston University, 
University Extension and 
other places. 

He has served as a teach- 
er in the elementary and 
junior high school levels, as 
assistant principal in the 
elementary school and the 
junior high school and as a 
special assistant principal in 
the Martin School where he 
had a great part in the de- 
veloping and training of stu- 
dent teachers, and currently 
is serving as the principal 
of the Washington Irving 
Junior High School in Ros- 
lindale. 

He has served as the 
President of the School 
Principals' Association. He 

is a member of the AASA. 

He is the Chairman of the 

Youth Service Council and 



has participated in many 
other civic activities. 

His accomplishments as a 
principal, I think, are 
known. He has the reputa- 
tion of being a great organ- 
izer, and I look forward to 
receiving him on the Board 
of Associate Superintend- 
ents with enthusiasm. 

I respectfully present un- 
der the provisions of Chap. 
208 of the Acts of 1965 the 
nomination of Thomas F. 
Meagher as Associate 
Superintendent beginning 
Feb. 1, 1966. 

Chairman: Do these lie 
over traditionally? 

Mrs. Hicks: No. 

Superintendent: No, we 
vote tonight. 

(Rollcall:) 

Mrs. Hicks: Yes. 

Mr. Lee: Yes. 

Mr. McDonough: Yes. 

Mr. O'Connor: I might 
say a word in praise of the 
Superintendent's nominee. 

Having known him since 
he was a young boy going to 
English High School and 
having followed his progress 
through the school system, 
I really find that he is a 
great asset, and I know, Mr. 
Superintendent, he will 
serve you well. He is loyal, 
devoted to his work, runs an 
excellent school at the 
Washington Irving, and I 
think we are fortunate in 
your selection of such a fine 
type of person. 

So I vote Yes. 

Chairman: Yes. 

The Chair declared Mr. 
Thomas F. Meagher, unani- 
mously elected as Associate 
Superintendent of Schools, 
to take effect Feb. 1. 1966, 
and to continue for the un- 
expired term ending Aug. 
31, 1967. 

IN MEMORIAM 
The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
on January 19, 1966, of 
Mary M. Keenan, guidance 
adviser, Lewis Junior High 
School. 

Placed on file. 

The School Committee re- 
quested that a letter of con- 
dolence, to be signed by the 
Secretary, be sent to the 
bereaved families. 



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JANUARY 31, 1966 



RESIGNATIONS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, reporting the res- 
ignation of the following- 
named teacher: 

Theodore Lyman District 
— Maryanne Leon Lehrer, 
teacher, kindergarten, Jan. 
20, 1966. 
Accepted. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Secretary, 
reporting the resignation of 
Freda C. Pikin, Clerk and 
Typist, Office of the Busi- 
ness Manager, to take effect 
January 17, 1966. 

Accepted. 

APPOINTMENTS 
The following nominations 
by the Superintendent, cer- 
tified by him as being in 
accordance with the rules 
and regulations, to take ef- 
fect on the dates indicated 
were presented. 

(By Promotion) 

Joseph McKenney, person- 
nel relations coordinator 
(from director, Dept. of 
Physical Education), Feb. 1, 
1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointment approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

Subject to the approval 
of the School Committee, 
the Superintendent nomi- 
nated the persons named 
below to the school or dis- 
trict and with the rank in- 
dicated in each case, for the 
school year ending August 
31, 1966, and certified that 
their appointments are in 
accordance with the regula- 
tions of the School Com- 
mittee. 

These appointments are 
offered subject to the candi- 
dates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualification 
and Section 38G of Chap- 
ter 71 of the General Laws 
of the Commonwealth of 



Massachusetts, relating to 
teacher certification. 

In the event that any per- 
son appointed by this order 
fails to comply with the 
Rules of the School Com- 
mittee of the City of Boston 
relating to certificates of 
qualification and Section 
38G of Chapter 71 of the 
General Laws of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachu- 
setts, relating to teacher 
certification, on or before 
August 31, 1966, then the 
appointment of such person 
herein made shall be null 
and void. 

APPOINTMENTS 

(FROM THE ELIGIBLE 

LIST) 

Boston Trade High School 
— James A. Martin (from 
provisional), senior instruc- 
tor ($5460 — anniversary 
date Jan. 1), Jan. 1, 1966. 

Hyde Park High School— 
Dalia Skudzinskaite Ivaska, 
teacher, high school ($5940 
— anniversary date Feb 1), 
Feb. 1, 1966. 

Blackinton-John Cheverus 
District — Frances M. Giuf- 
frida (from provisional), 
teacher, primary ($5460 — 
anniversary date Jan. 1), 
Jan. 1, 1966. 

Rice-Franklin District — 
Geraldine Tisdale Heyward 
(from provisional), teacher, 
primary ($6420 — anniver- 
sary date Jan. 1), Jan. 1, 
1966. 

Lucille M. Martuscello 
(from provisional), teacher, 
primary ($5460 — anniver- 
sary date Jan. 1), Jan. 1, 
1966. 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ments were approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

LIST OF TEACHERS 
APPROVED FOR 
TEMPORARY SERVICE 
The Superintendent sub- 
mitted under the provisions 
of Section 265 paragraph 3 
of the regulations, the fol- 
lowing list of teachers ap- 
proved by him from which 
assignments may be made 
for temporary service: 



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Joyce Barron, Audrey L. 
Bechler, Cynthia M. Christ- 
mas, Linda K. Conley, Flor- 
ence M. Dodge, John F. 
Flynn, Jr., Ruth E. Hart- 
nett, Katharine R. Hemp- 
stead, Frank S. Hershman, 
Joel A. Jacobsen, Selwyn S. 
Leader, Carolyn M. Matera, 
William A. McDonald, Pa- 
tricia A. Nicholson, John D. 
O'Connor, Kathryn E. Riley, 
Phyllis Spatz, Jane Todaro, 
Joanne F. Tolotska, Anne 
Woldman, Grace Yong. 

Barbara Levine Berk, 
James Frederic Brown, Ray- 
mond D. Carignan, Margaret 
T. Cotter, Frederick J. 
Darch, Jr., R. William Di- 
Lorenzo, William P. Dool- 
ing, Steven Drysdale, Kath- 
leen McCarthy, Susan Lazar 
Roberts, Alice Shoemaker, 
George A. Smith, Peter M. 
Valtz. 

On roll call, the list of 
teachers was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

SPECIAL PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION PROGRAM- 
DEPARTMENT OF 
SPECIAL CLASSES 

(School Year 1965-1966) 
(To take effect Feb. 1, 1966) 

Play Teachers — Joan Bar- 
quin, William G. Callahan. 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ments were approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
31, 1966, reporting, subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, that he 
has discontinued the leave 
of absence for maternity 
granted to the following 
named teacher, to take ef- 
fect on the dates stated: 

Paul A. Dever District — 
Laurentina Burrell, teacher, 
elementary, Feb. 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the discontinuance of 



leave of absence was ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
31, 1966, recommending that 
leave of absence without 
pay for maternity be grant- 
ed to the following named 
teachers to take effect on 
the dates indicated, and to 
continue until terminated by 
the Superintendent with the 
approval of the School Com- 
mittee, provided that such 
leave shall be for a period 
of at least three months 
after the date of birth, and 
provided further that no 
such leave shall in any event 
exceed eighteen months: 

Thomas A. Edison Junior 
High — Elizabeth Craven, 
teacher, junior high, term- 
inate leave December 20, 
1965, new leave to take 
effect December 21, 1965. 

Hart Gaston Perry Dis- 
trict — Kathleen Glynn, 
teacher, elementary, Jan- 
uary 10, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

DESIGNATION 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
31, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following 
designation of a teacher to 
serve in charge of a build- 
ing in accordance with Order 
No. 7 of the Salary Sched- 
ule, to take effect on the 
date stated: 

English High School — 
Ralph H. Berkowitz, junior 
master, as master-in-charge 
of the English High School 
10th Grade Annex, Thomas 
A. Edison Junior High School 
Building, January 13, 1966, 
until August 31, 1966. 
Placed on file. 



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JANUARY 31, 1966 



REPORT ON MARRIED 
TEACHERS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
31, 1966, reporting that in 
accordance with the provi- 
sions of Section 283 of the 
regulations, the following 
female teachers have report- 
ed that they were married 
on the dates indicated: 

Blackinton-John Cheverus 
District— Donna M. McDon- 
ough, teacher, primary, mar- 
ried Dec. 26, 1965, new name 
Donna McDonough Blatt. 

Warren-Prescott District 
—Nancy M. Mellen, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI, married 
Nov. 20, 1965, new name 
Nancy Mellen Locke. 

William Lloyd Garrison 
District— Annette M. Ilsley, 
teacher, kindergarten, mar- 
ried Jan. 16, 1966, new name 
Annette Ilsley O'Brien. 

Placed on file. 

REPORT ON 

ATTENDANCE AT 

CONVENTION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
31, 1966, submitting in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Chapter 274 of the Acts 
of 1914, report of Charles E. 
Schroeder, Director, Depart- 
ment of Adult Educational 
and Recreational Activities, 
on his attendance at the 
National Association for 
Public School Adult Edu- 
cation Conference, held in 
New York City, Nov. 18 to 
23, 1965. 

Placed on file. 

APPOINTMENTS, 

TRANSFERS, ETC., 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

OFFICES 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That, the fol- 
lowing-named person, the 
only name on the list certi- 
fied as eligible by the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, be ap- 
pointed to the position of 
Senior Computer Program- 
mer, to take effect January 
4, 1966: 

Richard W. Petitti. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 



O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee and with 
the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service and the 
consent of the head of the 
department concerned, 
Anna M. Avellino be ap- 
pointed to the position of 
Clerk and Typist, Division 
of Pupil Adjustment Coun- 
seling, by transfer from 
the Registry of Motor Ve- 
hicles, Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts, to take ef- 
fect November 17, 1965. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named persons be 
temporarily transferred as 
indicated to take effect Jan. 
26, 1966: 

Theresa F. McSheffrey, 
Principal Statistical Ma- 
chine Operator, to Super- 
visor of Statistical Machine 
Operators. 

Gloria E. Johnson, Statis- 
tical Machine Operator, to 
Computer Operator. 

Richard W. Petitti, Senior 
Computer Programmer, to 
Systems Analyst. 

Joseph P. McLaughlin, 
Computer Programmer, to 
Senior Computer Program- 
mer. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered! 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named positions be 
established in the Data 
Processing Center: 

Systems Analyst, Salary 
Grade 27. 

Manager o f Operations, 
Salary Grade 25. 

C o m p u ter Programmer, 
Salary Grade 22. 



JANUARY 31, 1966 



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Supervisor of Statistical 
Machine Operators, Salary 
Grade 20. 

Computer Operator, Sal- 
ary Grade 15. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named positions be 
established to take effect 
February 1, 1966: 

Assistant Director, De- 
partment of Compensatory 
Services, Group 6 of 1965- 
1966. Salary Schedule 
(three positions). 

Assistant Director, De- 
partment of Teacher Place- 
ment, Group 4 of 1965-1966. 
Salary Schedule (two posi- 
tions). 

Assistant Director, De- 
partment of Kindergartens, 
Group 4 of 1965-1966. Salary 
Schedule (one position). 

Assistant Director, Data 
Processing Center, Group 6 
of 1965-1966. Salary Sched- 
ule (one position). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



YEAS- Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough,, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 
5 

NAYS— 

RESIGNATION OF 
CUSTODIAN 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Jan. 
31, 1966, reporting the resig- 
nation of Eugene F. Simp- 
son, junior building cus- 
todian, Jefferson School, to 
take effect January 18, 1966. 

Accepted. 

EXTENSION OF SICK 
LEAVE TO CUSTODIAN 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Patrick 
J. Delaney, junior building 
custodian, be granted an ex- 
tension of sick leave, with- 
out loss of pay, for thirty 
days from Feb. 9, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest : 

EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary. 



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CITY OF BOSTON 
Proceedings of School Committee 

Feb. 3, 1966 
A conference of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston at 
2:30 p. m., and recessed at 
2:35 p. m., to attend meet- 
ing of Board of Superinten- 
dents which adjourned at 
5 p. m. Conference resumed 
at 5:25 p. m., and recessed 
at 5:27 p. m., to Feb. 4. 

Conference resumed Feb. 
4, 1966 at 10:40 a. m., ad- 
journed at 11:15 a. m. The 
meeting of the School Com- 
mittee began at 11:17 a. m., 
and adjourned at 11:32 a.m. 

Present : Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

PRELIMINARY 
ESTIMATES 

The following communica- 
tion was presented: 
CITY OF BOSTON— DE- 
PARTMENT OF SCHOOL 

BUILDINGS 
480 BOYLSTON STREET, 

BOSTON, MASS. 02116 
January 28, 1966 
Edward J. Winter, Secre- 
tary to School Committee 
15 Beacon Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 02108 
Dear Mr. Winter: 

Under date of January 25, 
1966, you forwarded the fol- 
lowing draft of proposed ex- 
penditures for 1966 for al- 
terations and repairs to be 
forwarded to the Mayor, 
under the provisions of 
Chapter 513 of the Acts of 
1945, and Chapter 224 of 
the Acts of 1936, as amended 
by Chapter 117 of the Acts 
of 1949 and Chapter 786 of 
the Acts of 1963 for a re- 
port by the Board of Com- 
missioners of School Build- 
ings. 

ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS 
A.-1 Salaries $400,000.00 

A.-2 Workmen's Compen- 
sation 500.00 
A-3 Retired Veterans' 

Roil 50.000.00 

B Administration Expenses 

other than salaries 30,000.00 
C Alterations, Furniture 

and Equipment for 

Special Educational 

Needs 200,000.00 

E General Alterations 

and Repairs 1.852,500.00 

Total $2,533,000.00 



At a meeting of the Board 
of Commissioners of School 
Buildings which was held on 
this date, it was voted to 
report favorably on the 
above - described proposed 
draft. 

This action by the Board 
of Commissioners of School 
Buildings has been taken 
under the provisions of Sec- 
tion 7 of Chapter 351 of the 
Acts of 1929. 
Very truly yours. 
Board of Commissioners 
of School Buildings: 
(Signed) J. F. Feeney, 
Chairman 
Placed on file. 

The following communi- 
cation was presented: 
CITY OF BOSTON- 
DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
480 Boylston Street, 
Boston, Mass. 02116 
January 28, 1966 
Edward J. Winter, Secre- 
tary to School Committee 
15 Beacon Street, 
Boston, Mass. 02108 
Dear Mr. Winter: 

Under date of January 
25, 1966, you forwarded a 
draft of proposed expendi- 
tures for 1966 for land and 
buildings to be forwarded to 
the Mayor, under the pro- 
visions of Chapter 513 of 
the acts of 1945, and Chap- 
ter 224 of the Acts of 1936, 
as amended by Chapter 117 
of the Acts of 1949 and 
Chapter 786 of the Acts of 
1963 for a report from the 
Board of Commissioners of 
School Buildings: 

LAND AND BUILDINGS 
Salaries $100,000.00 

Rer.tal of Hired 

Accommodations 50,000.00 

Sales of School 

Properties 4,000.00 

Reserve for such items as 

may be determined 591,000.00 

Total $745,000.00 

At a meeting of the Board 
of Commissioners of School 
Buildings which was held on 
this date, it was voted to re- 
port favorably on the above- 
described proposed draft. 

This action by the Board 
of Commissioners of School 
Buildings has been taken 
under the provisions of Sec- 
tion 7 of Chapter 351 of the 
Acts of 1929. 

Very truly yours, 

Board of Commissioners 
of School Buildings 

(Signed) J. F. Feeney, 
Chairman 

Placed on file. 



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FEBRUARY 3, 1966 



It was agreed by the 
School Committee that the 
following letter embodying 
the estimates of proposed 
expenditures for school pur- 
poses for the fiscal year 1966 
be forwarded to His Honor 
the Mayor, John F. Collins. 
February 4, 1966 
Honorable John F. Collins 
Mayor of Boston 
City Hall 

Boston, Massachusetts 
Dear Mr. Mayor: 

In compliance with the 
provisions of Chapter 513 of 
the Acts of 1945 and Chap- 
ter 224 of the Acts of 1936, 
as amended by Chapter 117 
of the Acts of 1949, and 
Chapter 786 of the Act.s of 
1963, and subject to favor- 
able action of the General 
Court on the petition of the 
School Committee for in- 
creased appropriating pow- 
er, the School Committee 
submits its estimates of the 
proposed expenditures for 
school purposes for the fis- 
cal year 1966 as follows: 

Construction and furnish- 
ing of new school build- 
ings, both temporary and 
permanent, including the 
taking of land therefor, 
and for school yards and 
the preparing of school 
yards for use and for rent 
of hired school 
accommodations S745.000.00 

Alteration and repair of 
school buildings and for 
furniture, fixtures, and 
means of escape in case 
of fire, and for fire pro- 
tection of existing build- 
ings, and for improving 
existing school yards 2,533,000.00 

General School 

Purposes 50,049.361.00 

Total $53,327,361.00 

Respectfully yours, 
Edward J. Winter 
Secretary 
On roll call, the members 
as their names were called 
respectively voted as fol- 
lows: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. McDonough. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4 
NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1 



IMPLEMENTATION OF 
GUIDANCE PROGRAMS 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following: 

ORDERED, That the guid- 
ance programs in our schools 
be implemented as follows: 

Senior High Schools; by 
Guidance Counselors ap- 
pointed from a rated pro- 
motional list as at present. 

Junior High Schools; by 
Guidance Advisers appoint- 
ed from an examination list 
as at present. 

Elementary Schools; by 
Guidance Advisers appoint- 
ed from an examination list. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

COLLECTIVE BARGAIN- 
ING TEAMS— TIME OFF 
AT NO LOSS OF PAY 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following : 

ORDERED, That the eight 
teaching members of the 
Boston Teachers Union ne- 
gotiating team and the per- 
sonnel negotiating in behalf 
of the School Committee be 
allowed to absent them- 
selves from their schools 
and offices on Monday, Feb- 
ruary 7, 1966 at no loss of 
pay. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1 

The Committee adjourned. 

Attest* 

EDWARD J. WINTER 

Secretary 



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CITY OF BOSTON 



'roceedings of School Committee 



Feb. 16, 1966 
A conference of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston was held in 
the Administration Build- 
ing, 15 Beacon Street, Bos- 
ton, at 7:30 p. m., and ad- 
journed at 10:38. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt, 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building at 
10:40 p. m., and adjourned 
at 11:05 p. m. 

Executive session began 
at 11:10 p. m., and ad- 
journed at 11:35 p. m. 

BOND ISSUE 

The following communi- 
cation was presented: 
CITY OF BOSTON 
IN CITY COUNCIL 

ORDERED : That the 
sum of Nineteen Million 
Dollars ($19,000,000) be, 
and hereby is, appropriated 
for the purpose of acquiring 
land for, and constructing, 
public schoolhouses or addi- 
tions thereto in the City of 
Boston, including originally 
equipping and furnishing 
such schoolhouses and addi- 
tions; and to meet such ap- 
propriation the Collector- 
Treasurer is hereby author- 
ized to issue, from time to 
time, under St. 1948, c. 645, 
s. 8, as amended, on re- 
quest of the Mayor, bonds 
or certificates of indebted- 
ness of the City of Boston 
to said amount. 

In City Council December 
27, 1965. Read once and 
passed — yeas eight, nays 
none. 

In City Council January 
10, 1966. Read a second 
time and again passed — yeas 
eight, nays none. 

Approved by the Mayor 
January 12, 1966, he certi- 
fying on the original order 
that the foregoing loan or- 
der is not, in his opinion, to 
meet a current expense. 

Attest : 

J. M. DUNLEA 

(Signed) City Clerk. 



I hereby certify that no 
petition, asking that the 
question of approving or 
disapproving the foregoing 
order be submitted to the 
voters, was filed with the 
City Clerk within twenty 
days from January 12, 1966, 
and the order therefore be- 
comes effective on February 
2, 1966, in accordance with 
the provisions of chapter 
108 ^f the Acts of 1939. 

Attest: 

J. M. DUNLEA 
City Clerk 

Placed on file. 

ACCEPTANCE OF 
OFFICE 

The following was offered: 
Mr. Edward J. Winter 
Secretary to the School 

Committee 
Boston School Committee 
15 Beacon Street 
Boston. Massachusetts 

02108 
Dear Mr. Winter: 

Please extend to the Mem- 
bers of the Boston School 
Committee my deep appre- 
ciation for electing me as an 
Associate Superintendent of 
Schools at their meeting 
held on January 31, 1966. 

To serve as a member of 
the Board of Superintend- 
ents is a singular honor. 
However, I am cognizant of 
the great responsibility 
which is mine as Director of 
Personnel, especially as suc- 
cessor to the late John M. 
Canty, a man who possessed 
many talents. 

I shall strive at all times 
to continue the high stand- 
ards which he maintained in 
his departments for the 
best interests of the Boston 
Public Schools. 

Sincerely, 
Thomas F. Meagher 

(Signed) 

Associate Superintendent 

Placed on file. 

AMENDMENT TO 
MINUTES 
The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
Jan. 24, 1966, be amended 
as follows: 

Under Attendance at Con- 
vention — order should read 
—"ORDERED, That Wil- 
liam G. Tobin, Associate 



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FEBRUARY 16, 1966 



Superintendent, be author- 
ized to attend the Great 
Cities Program for School 
Improvement, Re. : Public 
Law 874, to be held in 
Washington, D. C, Feb. 1 
and Feb. 2, 1966, at an ex- 
pense to the city not to ex- 
ceed one hundred and seven 
dollars ($107). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the meeting of Jan. 
24, 1966, be amended as fol- 
lows: 

Under Appointments — by 
promotion — Department of 
Teacher Placement, Michael 
J. Vaughan, assistant direc- 
tor, salary should read — 
—"$966.00 per month of 
service." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED. That the min- 
utes of the meeting of Jan. 
17, 1966 be amended by 
adding the following salaries 
to the designations of Her- 
bert C. Hambelton and 
Archie J. Walsh, respective- 
ly: $1,422.00 per month; 
$1,078.33 per month. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
Jan. 24, 1966, be amended 
as follows: 

Under Assignments to the 
Model Demonstration Sub- 
system, Project No. 6-035- 
003, the salaries of the 
following - named teachers 
should read as follows: 



Dorchester High School 
— Grace R. Whittaker — 
"$1228." 

English High School — 
John K. Keelon — "master, 
$1228." 

Minot District — Helen 
Faraday Cotter— $1228." 

Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School— Robert E. 
Donahue— "$1228." 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — Bernard W. Shulman 
—"$1228." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

IN MEMORIAM 
The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
on Feb. 8, 1966, of Thelma 
G. Adamson, teacher, high 
school, Girls' High School. 
Placed on file. 

The School Committee re- 
quested that a letter of con- 
dolence, to be signed by the 
Secretary, be sent to the 
bereaved family. 

RESIGNATIONS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting the resig- 
nation of the following- 
named teachers: 

Charles Sumner District 
— Anne Centola Crimmins, 
teacher, elementary, Jan. 27, 
1966. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict — Mildred Hart Quint, 
teacher, kindergarten, Jan. 
24, 1966. 

James A. Garfield Dis- 
trict — Nancy Bauman King, 
teacher, primary, Feb. 1, 
1966. 

Accepted. 

TERMINATION OF 
SERVICE 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Secretary, 
under date of Feb. 16, 1966, 
reporting the termination of 
the services of Eva Feld- 
man, Clerk and Typist, Of- 
fice of the Business Mana- 
ger, as of December 7, 1965. 

Approved. 



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41 



APPOINTMENTS AND 
TRANSFER 

The following nomina- 
tions by the Superintendent, 
certified by him as being in 
accordance with the rules 
and regulations, to take ef- 
fect on the dates stated 
were presented: 

TRANSFER OF 
PRINCIPAL 

Washington Irving Jun- 
ior High School — Thomas 
B. McAuliffe, principal 
(from the same position in 
the Solomon Lewenberg 
Junior High School), Mar. 1, 
1966. 

On roll call, the trans- 
fer was approved by the 
following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisen- 
stadt — 5. 

NAYS — 0. 

(BY PROMOTION) 

Hugh O'Brien District — 
Richard F. Canavan, assist- 
ant principal (from teacher, 
reading Rice-Franklin Dis- 
trict), Mar. 1, 1966. 

John Fitzgerald Kennedy 
District — James P. Collins, 
assistant principal (from 
teacher, elementary Emily 
A. Fifield District), Mar. 1, 
1966. 

Julia Ward Howe District 
— Archie S. MacDonald, as- 
sistant principal (from 
teacher, elementary Long- 
fellow District), Mar. 1, 
1966. 

Phillips Brooks District — 
Gerald T. Peters, assistant 
principal (from teacher, jun- 
ior high, Grover Cleveland 
Junior High School), Mar. 
1 1966. 

On roll call, the rules were 
suspended and the appoint- 
ments approved by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

Subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, the 
Superintendent nominated 
the persons named below to 
the school or district and 
with the rank indicated in 
each case, for the school 
year ending August 31, 
1966, and certified that their 
appointments are in accord- 
ance with the regulations of 
the School Committee. 



These appointments are 
offered subject to the candi- 
dates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualification 
and Section 38G of Chapter 
71 of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts, relating to 
teacher certification. 

In the event that any 
person appointed by this or- 
der fails to comply with the 
Rules of the School Com- 
mittee of the City of Boston 
relating to certificates of 
qualification and Section 
38G of Chapter 71 of the 
General Laws of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachu- 
setts, relating to teacher 
certification, on or before 
August 31, 1966. then the 
appointment of such person 
herein made shall be null 
and void. 

APPOINTMENTS 

(From the Eligible List) 

Boston Latin School — Sal- 
vatore J. Cacciola, junior 
master (from teacher, jun- 
ior high, Grover Cleveland 
Junior High School), Mar. 
1, 1966. 

William Lloyd Garrison 
District — Edith McKenney 
Donoghue, (from school 
nurse) teacher, primary 
($7380 — anniversary date 
Feb. 1), Feb. 1, 1966. 

Mary Hemenway District 
— Joan M. Doherty, teacher, 
elementary ($5700 — anni- 
versary date Mar. 1), Mar. 
7, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

(From the Eligible List — 
Under Title I- E.S.E.A.— 
Project 6-035-004 Enrich- 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary, Junior High and Sen- 
ior High Schools) 

Dwight District — Er- 
nestine Brazand Whitting- 
ton, (from provisional, 
Phillips Brooks) teacher 
primary ($642.00 per 
month of service anniver- 
sary date Feb. 1), Feb.l, 
1966. 



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FEBRUARY 16, 1966 



Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict — Katharine Glynn 
Tomasello, (from provi- 
sional) teacher, primary 
($834.00 per service anni- 
versary date Feb. 1), Feb. 1, 
1966. 

Hugh O'Brien District- 
Angelina Poulos, teacher, 
primary ($546.00 per month 
of service, anniversary 
date Feb. 1), Feb. 2, 1966. 

Jefferson District — 
Joanne M. Bourget, teach- 
er, primary ($546.00 per 
month of service, anniver- 
sary date Feb. 1), Feb. 1, 
1966. 

John Winthrop District — 
Ruth A. Neviera, (from pro- 
visional Frank V. Thomp- 
son) teacher, elementary 
IV- VI, $570.00 per month of 
service, anniversary date 
(Feb. 1), Feb. 1, 1966. 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict—Mary E. Ledwick, 
teacher, primary ($546.00 
per month of service, anni- 
versary date Feb. 1), Feb. 1, 
1966. ' 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

CHANGE IN RANK 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and at 
the request of the teacher 
concerned, he has appointed 
Arnold Capobianco, trade 
instructor, Boston Trade 
High School, as co-opera- 
tive instructor. Hyde Park 
High School, to take effect 
Sept. 1, 1965. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointment was 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

LIST OF TEACHERS 
APPROVED FOR 
TEMPORARY SERVICE 
The Superintendent sub- 
mitted under the provisions 



of Section 265 paragraph 3 
of the regulations, the fol- 
lowing list of teachers ap- 
proved by him from which 
assignments may be made 
for temporary service: 

David Anderson, John E. 
Bennett, Beverly N. Biren- 
baum, James F. Buckley, 
Sandra Burlingame, Janice 
Charney, John T. Cinella, 
Jr., John B. Collins, Nancy 
Cushwa. 

William Banks, Julia 
Bourne Bohle, John J. Catal- 
lozzi, Joanne Kass Cohen, 
Rosaline Cooper, Nan Ben- 
nett, Nancy E. Coleman. 

Catherine Mahoney Dev- 
lin, Sidney P. Feldman, 
Evelyn M. Ferguson, Betty 
J. Gray, Susan Haim, 
Richard S. Haugh, Thomas 
P. Hennessey, John G. 
Hines, Paul M. Hoare, 
David Howell, Patricia M. 
Huff, Cassandra M. Des- 
mond, Elizabeth R. Dixon, 
Russell Gaudreau, Jr., 
Virginia Abt^ti Havey, 
Anne K. Hegman, Bonnie 
A. Higgins. 

Michele Lynn Desverney, 
Miriam Ezust, Robert E. 
Hayden, Jr., Lewis Kurtz- 
man, Christopher Jewell, 
Oscar J. Lamoureux, Jr., 
Marilyn L. Lennane, Adair 
Linn, John D. Lovejoy, 
Richard T. Martin, Richard 
McCurdy, John J. McGrath, 
Bernadine McRipley, Ed- 
wina Moran, Janet I. Mori- 
arty, F. Mindy Novis, Rob- 
ert Kaplan, Phyllis A. Kil- 
man, Bernadette B. Mc- 
Laughlin, Maureen L. Mc- 
Kenna, Donna Louise 
Moran, Linda A. Morrissey. 

Carol Isotalo Park, Her- 
bert L. Peterson, Joanne 
Preston, Thomas F. Rabbitt, 
Jr., John E. Risgin, Martha 
Russell, Margaret Rafferty, 
John A, Reilly, William G. 
Shea, Felicia J. Strychasz, 
Leslie M. Sampson, Vincent 
A. Scaduto. 

Marjorie Starr, Marilyn 
Vezzosi, Irene E. Wylie, 
Charles F. Sadowski, Mil- 
dred Hoar Serena, Denis 
Shaughnessy, Charna P. 
Tenenbaum, Sherley A. 
Thomas, Virginia L. Wag- 
ner, Ina D. Zicherman, 
Nancv Zimmet, Lloyd A. 
Wright. 

On roll call, the list of 
teachers was approved by 
the following vote: 



FEBRUARY 16, 1966 



43 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

MANPOWER 

DEVELOPMENT AND 
TRAINING ACT CLASSES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, and 
in accordance with the order 
passed at the meeting of 
June 19, 1962, he has ap- 
pointed the following named 
persons to the classes under 
the Manpower Development 
and Training Act of 1962, 
P.L. 87-415, to take effect 
on the dates stated. 

Instructor— Joseph Gaff- 
ney (Basic Ed., Daniel Web- 
ster) 1-31-66. Eugene W. 
Terrenzi (Basic Ed., D. Mc- 
Kay) 1-31-66. Lawrence H. 
Scanlon (Basic Ed., D. Mc- 
Kay) 1-31-66. Joseph A. 
Bage (Basic Ed., D. McKay) 
1-31-66. Wilberta L. Woods 
(Basic Ed., D. McKay) 2-14- 
66. Joseph E. Gleason (Heli- 
arc Weld. E. Bos.) 1-24-66. 
Eileen M. Foley (L.P.N., 
Bos. City Hos.) 1-31, 66. 
Cosimo F. Celona (Basic 
Ed., Dan. Webster) 1-31-66. 

r _'he communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting, subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, that he 
has discontinued the leave 
of absence for maternity 
granted to the following 
named teacher, to take ef- 
fect on the date stated: 

John Winthrop District — 
Laura Scott teacher, pri- 
mary — February 7, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the discontinuance of 
leave of absence was ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, recommending 
that leave of absence with- 
out pay for maternity be 
granted to the following- 
named teachers to take 
effect on the dates indi- 
cated, and to continue 
until terminated by the 
Superintendent with the ap- 
proval of the School Com- 
mittee, provided that such 
leave shall be for a period 
of at least three months 
after the date of birth, and 
provided further that no 
such leave shall in any 
event exceed eighteen 
months : 

William Lloyd Garrison 
District— Martha McLaugh- 
lin, Acting Assistant Prin- 
cipal, January 14, 1966. 

Beethoven District — 
Marie F. DiSarcina, teacher 
— Kindergarten, December 
22, 1966. 

William L. Garrison Dis- 
trict— Helayne R. Dratch, 
teacher, Elementary, Au- 
gust 31, 1965. 

Hugh O'Brien District — 
Patricia Mobayed, teacher, 
Elementary, ter mi n a t e 
leave February 24, 1966, 
new leave to take effect 
February 25, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence for rest be 
granted to the following 
named teacher for the term 
specified: 

Boston Latin School — He- 
bert Zoll, master, Septem- 
ber 1, 1966 to August 31, 
1967. 



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FEBRUARY 16, 1966 



The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, recommending, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence without 
pay be granted to the fol- 
lowing named persons for 
the term specified: 

Rice Franklin District — 
Evelyn Newman Raphael, 
elementary teacher, Janu- 
ary 10, 1966 to January 9, 
1967. 

Roger Wolcott District- 
Kathleen Hart, Assistant 
Special Classes — February 
1, 1966 to February 1, 1967. 

Longfellow District — Jane 
White Lindsay, teacher, 
primary, January 24, 1966 
to January 1967. 

Dearborn District — Judith 
Beaver, Teacher, primary — 
February 7, 1966 to Febru- 
ary 8, 1967. 

South Boston High School 
— Gianna Scarano Sweeney, 
teacher, high school, Febru- 
ary 28, 1966 to February 28, 
1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered : 

Ordered, That the follow- 
ing named person be 
granted an extension of sick 
leave, without loss of pay, 
for a period of thirty days 
from the date stated: 

Michelangelo School — 
George Shea, Assistant Prin- 
cipal, February 16, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



TRANSFERS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee he has 
made the following trans- 
fers of teachers, to take ef- 
fect on the dates stated: 

Laurence R. Weiner, as- 
sistant principal, Hugh 
O'Brien District, to the 
same position in the James 
Garfield District, Mar. 1, 
1966. 

John J. Gearin, junior 
master, Boston Latin School, 
to the same position in the 
Girls' Latin School, Feb. 28, 
1966. 

Rheta R. Howland, teach- 
er, special class, Robert 
Treat Paine District to the 
same position in the Chap- 
man District, Feb. 14, 1966. 

Janet M. McDonald, 
teacher, special class, Wil- 
liam Lloyd Garrison Dis- 
trict, to the same position 
in the Robert Treat Paine 
District, Feb. 14, 1966. 

Laura Scott, teacher, pri- 
mary, Robert Treat Paine 
District, to the same posi- 
tion in the John Winthrop 
District, under Elementary 
School Compensatory Serv- 
ices — Title I-ESEA, at 
$642.00 per month of serv- 
ice, Feb. 7, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS— 0. 

ASSIGNMENTS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
terminated the assignment 
of the following - named 
teacher to take effect Nov. 
30, 1965: 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — Mary C. A. 
Cleary, teacher, junior high, 
to the Boston Technical 
High School. 



FEBRUARY 16, 1966 



45 



The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the termination of as- 
signment was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS — 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the f ollowing- 
named teacher, without 
change of rank or salary, to 
take effect Feb. 14, 1966, 
and to continue for the 
school year ending Aug. 31, 
1966, unless otherwise or- 
dered: 

Dearborn District— Nancy 
M. Stearn, teacher, primary, 
to the Department of Teach- 
er Placement. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
— 5 

NAYS — 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teachers to the 
Model Demonstration Sub- 
system Project No. 6-035- 
003, Title I and to continue 
until Aug. 31, 1966, unless 
otherwise ordered: 

Julia Ward Howe District 
—Joseph P. Abbott, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI, to teach- 
er-investigator, elementary 
—$882.00 per month of ser- 
vice. 

Phillips Brooks District- 
Martin H. Hunt, teacher, 
elementary to teacher- 
investigator, elementary- - 
$738.00 per month of ser- 
vice. 

William Lloyd Garrison 
District — Leo M. Howard, 
assistant principal, to assis- 
tant principal, elementary— 
$946.00 per month of ser- 



vice; Jack E. Koffmnn, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
to teacher-investigator, ele- 
mentary— $642.00 per month 
of service. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teacher, without 
change of salary, to take 
effect on the date stated, 
and to continue until other- 
wise ordered: 

Abraham Lincoln-Quinsy 
District— Peter J. Ingeneri, 
assistant principal, to Office 
of Assistant to Superin- 
tendent, Jan. 26, 1966. 

The communication was 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teachers, to Title I- 
E. S. E. A.-Project 6-035- 
003 The Model Demonstra- 
tion Subsystem, at the salar- 
ies indicated, to take effect 
on the dates stated and to 
continue until Aug. 31, 1966 
unless otherwise ordered: 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict—Hugh Solari, teacher, 
special class, as teacher, 
investigator — $882.00 per 
month of service, Feb. 14, 
1966. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — Agnes T. 
Wellings, assistant principal, 
as teacher, investigator 
junior high — $946.00 per 
month of service, Feb. 14, 
1966. 



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FEBRUARY 16, 1966 



Martin District — Walter 
L. Sweeney, teacher, ele- 
mentary, as teacher, investi- 
gator — $666.00 per month of 
service, Feb. 14, 1966. 

Prince District — Victor A. 
Mclnnis, assistant principal, 
as teacher, investigator 
junior high — $946.00 per 
month of service, Mar. 1, 
1966. 

Theodore Lyman District 
— George E. Murphy, as- 
sistant principal, as teacher, 
investigator — $922.00 per 
month of service, Mar. 1, 
1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

DESIGNATIONS 
The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the ac- 
tion of the School Commit- 
tee at the meeting of Jan. 
24, 1966, designating Alice 
L. O'Connor, assistant 
principal, William E. Rus- 
sell District, as teacher-in- 
charge, is hereby rescinded. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following de- 
signations of teachers, to 
serve in the positions indi- 
cated until such time as they 
shall be filled otherwise, in 
accordance with the rules 
and regulations but not be- 
yond Aug. 31, 1966: 

Department of Vocational 
Education and Industrial 
Arts — Walter E. Sessler, 
shop instructor, as acting 
shop foreman, Nov. 29, 1965; 
Christopher J. Tosney, shop 
instructor, as acting shop 
foreman (vice Jeremiah F. 
McAuliffe, absent on leave), 
Jan. 17, 1966. 

Placed on file. 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following 
designation of a teacher to 
serve in charge of a build- 
ing, in accordance with 
Order No. 7 of the Salary 
Schedule, to take effect 
Feb. 1, 1966: 

Abraham Lincoln-Quincy 
District— William A. Muello, 
teacher, elementary, as 
teacher-in-charge of the 
Quincy School Building. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following de- 
signation of a teacher to 
serve in accordance with 
Order No. 6 of the Salary 
Schedule, to take effect on 
the date stated: 

Department of Physical 
Education — William E. 
McCarthy, associate direc- 
tor, as acting director, Feb. 
1, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following de- 
signations of teachers, to 
serve in the positions indi- 
cated, until such time as 
they shall be filled other- 
wise, in accordance with the 
rules and regulations, but 
not beyond Aug. 31, 1966: 

Boston Latin School — 
Max Leiter, junior master, 
as acting head of depart- 
ment,' Jan. 3, 1966. 

Dorchester High School — 
Louise Fielding, teacher, 
high school, as acting head 
of department, Jan. 24, 1966. 

Jamaica Plain High 
School — Helen M. Kelley, 
teacher, high school, as act- 
ing head of department, 
(vice Charles E. Duffy, ab- 
sent on leave), Jan. 3, 1966. 

Edward Everett District 
—William L. Barrett, teach- 
er, elementary, as acting 
assistant principal (vice 
William V. Feeney, absent 
on leave), Jan. 14, 1966. 

Thomas A. Edison Junior 
High School — Barbara T. 
Raithel, assistant principal, 



FEBRUARY 16, 1966 



47 



as acting principal (vice 
William F. Mahoncy, absent 
on leave), Jan. 20, 1966. 

Rice-Franklin District — 
Mary A. Driscoll, teacher, 
elementary, as acting assist- 
ant principal (vice Mary 
Callahan) absent on leave), 
Jan. 17, 1966. 

Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School — Robert E. 
Lynch, teacher, junior high, 
as acting assistant principal, 
Jan. 13, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

REPORT ON 

ATTENDANCE AT 

CONVENTION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, submitting in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
of the Acts of 1914, report 
of Thomas A. Roche, Direc- 
tor, Department of Voca- 
tional Education and In- 
dustrial Arts, on his attend- 
ance at the American Voca- 
tional Association Conven- 
tion, held in Miami, Florida, 
Dec. 5 to 10, 1965. 

Placed on file. 

REPORT ON MARRIED 
TEACHERS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, reporting in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 283 of the regu- 
lations, the following female 
teachers have reported that 
they were married on the 
dates stated: 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict — Gertrude F. Sheehan. 
teacher, primary, married 
July 3, 1965, new name 
Gertrude Sheehan Williams: 
Barbara Ann Solomon, 
teacher, kindergarten, 
married Jan. 23, 1966, new 
name Barbara Solomon 
Katz. 

Longfellow District — Jane 
A. White, teacher, primary, 
married Jan. 22, 1966, new 
name Jane White Linsay. 

Mary Hemenway District 
— Ellen M. Carey, teacher, 
primary, married Jan. 2, 
1966, new name Ellen Carey 
Savage. 

Placed on file. 



LIST OF AUTHORIZED 
TEXT BOOKS 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named textbooks are 
hereby authorized for use 
in the Counterpoise District, 
as indicated: 

Roberts, Paul. The 
Roberts English Series. Har- 
court, Brace and World, 
Inc. cl966. 

Roberts English Series, 
Book 3. Grade III. net $2.55 

Roberts English Series, 
Book 4. Grade IV. net $2.70 

Roberts English Series, 
Book 5. Grade V. net $2.70 

Roberts English Series, 

Book 6. Grade VI. net $2.70 

f.o.b. shipping point 

Laid over. 

COURSE OF STUDY 
The following was offered : 
ORDERED, That the ac- 
companying Course of Study 
in Physical Education for 
Grades IV, V, VI. is hereby 
adopted and that twenty- 
five hundred (2500) copies 
be printed as School Docu- 
ment No. 2, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, O'Connor, Mc- 
Donough and Eisenstadt — 5. 
NAYS— 0. 

CONTRACT WITH 
EDUCATIONAL 
SERVICES INC. 

The following was offer- 
ed: 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, enter into and exe- 
cute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the Boston School 
Committee and Educational 
Services Incorporated, said 
services to be performed 
under the Model Demon- 
stration Sub-system, Proj- 
ect No. 6-035-003, at a rate 
not to exceed $140 per day; 
provided, that the total sum 
for carrying out this con- 
tract shall not exceed 
$5,000, including $200 for 
travel expenses. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



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FEBRUARY 16, 1966 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
and Messrs. Lee, McDon- 
ough, O'Connor and Eisen- 
stadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

EASTERN STATES 
TRACK MEET 

The following was of- 
ered: 

ORDERED, That Joseph 
Baugh, Boston Latin School; 
Carl Thompson, Robert 
Brooks, Paul Donovan, 
Kevin Farmer, Boston Tech- 
nical High School and 
Michael Roberts and Greg- 
ory Jones of English High 
School be authorized to 
represent the Boston Public 
Schools at the Eastern 
States Interscholastic Track 
Meet in New York City on 
Saturday, February 19, 1966, 
and that Frederick J. Gillis, 
Jr. and Donald Burgess, 
teacher coaches, be author- 
ized to accompany them at 
a total cost to the city not 
to exceed $360. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Mr. Eisen- 
stadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

EDUCATIONAL 

CONSULTANT 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Feb. 
16, 1966, requesting the au- 
thority to employ Nancy 
Seasholes as an Educational 
Consultant in the Office of 
Program Development for 
the period Jan. 1 through 
Jan. 31, 1966, at the rate 
of $30.00 per day, to be 
charged to the Office of 
Educational Opportun i t y 
Grant No. CAP Mass 1-212- 
1. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the authority to em- 
ploy was granted by the 
following vote: 

YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

ENGROSSING DIPLOMAS 
AND CERTIFICATES 
The following was of- 
fered : 



ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named companies be 
authorized to engross di- 
plomas and certificates for 
the school year 1965-1966 
at the rate of thirty cents, 
less 2% -10 days, for each 
diploma or certificate en- 
grossed: 

J. R. Rosen Studio, Inc., 
80 Boylston Street, Boston, 
Mass. 

Leonard G. Healy and 
Sons, Inc., 4355 Washington 
Street, Roslindale, Mass. 

Goodman Studio, 79 Milk 
Street, Boston, Mass. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

ESTABLISHMENT OF 

SALARY COMMITTEE 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the or- 
der passed by the School 
Committee on November 29, 
1962, establishing the Salary 
Committee, be amended by 
inserting the following after 
the word "Superintendents:" 
"and the Personnel Rela- 
tions Coordinator" so that 
said order shall read: 

ORDERED, That the 
Board of Superintendents 
and the Personnel Relations 
Coordinator be established 
as a standing salary com- 
mittee for the hearing of 
grievances and petitions and 
to advise the School Com- 
mittee annually, as early as 
possible, of their recommen- 
dations for academic salar- 
ies. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

PART-TIME COMPUTER 

OPERATOR 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That this 

Committee authorize the 

employment of a part-time 

Computer Operator at the 

rate of $4.00 per hour, for 

not more than 240 hours a 

year. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following vote: 



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YEAS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

PROMOTION, TRANSFER, 

ETC., ADMINISTRATIVE 

OFFICES 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee and in accord- 
ance with the certification of 
the Division of Civil Serv- 
ice, the following-named 
Head Account Clerk, who 
stands at the head of the 
eligible list, be promoted to 
Head Cashier to take ef- 
fect January 26, 1966: 

Mary E. Jackman. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered : 
ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, the fol- 
lowing-named Clerk and 
Stenographers be granted 
provisional promotions to 
Senior Clerk and Stenogra- 
pher, to take effect Febru- 
ary 23, 1966: 
Frances K. MacDonald, 
English High Annex. 
Florence L. Coughlan, 
Oliver Wendell Holmes 
Junior High School. 
Genevieve M. Drews, De- 
partment of Vocational 
Guidance. 

Margaret H. Eunson, De- 
partment of Pupil Adjust- 
ment Counseling. 
On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 
YEAS: — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That subject 
to the approval of the Di- 
vision of Civil Service, the 
following-named Clerk and 
Typists be granted provis- 
ional promotions to Senior 
Clerk and Typists, to take 
effect February 23, 1966: 

Anna M. Avellino, Depart- 
ment of Pupil Adjustment 
Counseling. 

Katherine A. Gear, De- 
partment of Pupil Adjust- 
ment Counseling. 



Dorothy M. Geraghty, 
Department of Teacher 
Placement. 

On roll call the order was 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That, the 
order passed at the Meeting 
of January 17, 1966 author- 
izing the payment of addi- 
tional compensation at the 
rate of eight dollars per 
week to Cecelia V. Irwin, 
Telephone Operator, be re- 
scinded. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Di- 
vision of Civil Service, Ce- 
celia V. Irwin, Telephone 
Operator, Office of the 
Business Manager, be grant- 
ed a temporary transfer to 
the position of Chief Tele- 
phone Operator to take ef- 
fect January 16, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
oassed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That, with 
the approval of the Division 
of Civil Service, Patricia M. 
Lynch, Clerk and Typist, 
Division of Civil Service, be 
transferred to the same 
position in the Office of the 
Business Manager to take 
effect February 9, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The Committee adjourned. 

Attest: 

EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary. 



Crrr of Boston 
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FEBRUARY 28, 1966 



51 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



Feb. 28, 1966 
A conference of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston was held in 
the Administration Build- 
ing, 15 Beacon Street, 
Boston at 7:23 p. m., and 
adjourned at 11:50 p. m. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee was held at 11:50 
p. m., and adjourned at 11:53 
p. m. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

NEW HIGH SCHOOL 
Mrs. Hicks offered the 
following: 

ORDERED, That the 
resolution passed by the 
School Committee on Feb- 
ruary 15, 1963, that the new 
high school to be con- 
structed shall be known as 
the English High School, be 
rescinded. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee and O'Connor 
—3. 

NAYS— Messrs. McDon- 
ough and Eisenstadt — 2. 

Messrs. Eisenstadt and 
Lee offered the following. 

ORDERED, That the 
Hyde-Everett and Dudley 
Districts be designed as 
the school districts within 
which approximately 60 
acres of land should be 
taken on which to con- 
struct a campus-type high 
school to accommodate 3,000 
pupils within doors, and to 
accommodate + he same 
number of pupils at play at 
one time upon its grounds 
outdoors, said outdoor fa- 
cilities to be designed 
specifically for the recrea- 
tion and exercise at one 
time of 3,000 students, and 
said buildings likewise to 
be designed to include 
roofed gymnasia adequate 
for the participation in 
games by the same 3,000 
students at one time, and 
the design to leave room for 
the construction later of ad- 



dilional buildings to accom- 
modate 2,000 additional 
pupils, to a total of 5,000 
all together, but to then 
provide oi leave intact 
outdoor and indoor spoils 
facilities which shall be at 
least sufficient all together' 
in combined use to accom- 
modate 5,000 pupils in their 
snort at once; and that the 
Secretary of the School 
Committee be, and hereby 
is directed to so notify the 
Superintendent of Con- 
struction of the Department 
of School Buildings. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough and Eisenstadt — 3. 

NAYS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Mr. O'Connor — 2. 

LEAVE OF ABSENCE 

A communication was 
received from the Super- 
intendent under date of Feb. 
28, 1966 recommending, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence without 
loss of pay be granted to 
Martin J. Feeney, Princi- 
pal, Henry Grew District, 
for six days, Mar. 18 to 25, 
1966, inclusive, in order that 
he may attend .he Conven- 
tion of the Department of 
Elementary School Princi- 
pals, in Portland, Oregon. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
without loss of pay was 
granted by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTION 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That William 
H. Ohrenberger, Superin- 
tendent of Public Schools, 
William J. Cunningham. 
William G. Tobin, Associ- 
ate Superintendents, Thom- 
as S. Eisenstadt, Chairman. 
Boston School Committee, 
William E. O'Connor and 
John J. McDonough, mem- 
bers, Boston School Com- 
mittee, be authorized to 
attend the Great Cities 



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FEBRUARY 28, 1966 



Program for School Im- 
provement Spring Confer- 
ence, to be held in Chicago, 
Illinois, Mar. 18 to 20, 1966, 
inclusive, at an expense to 
the city not to exceed one 
hundred sixty-six dollars 
($166) each. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That James 
J. Foley, President, Boston 
Elementary Principals' As- 
sociation, be authorized to 
attend the Convention of 
the Department of Ele- 
mentary School Principals, 
to be held in Portland, Ore- 
gon, Mar. 18 to 25, 1966, 
inclusive, at an expense to 
the city not to exceed four 
hundred and five dollars 
($405). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Joseph 
McKenney, Personnel Rela- 
tions Coordinator, be au- 
thorized to attend the Na- 
tional Convention of the 
American Association for 
Health, Physical Education 
and Recreation, to be held 
in Chicago, Illinois, Mar. 17 
to 22, 1966, inclusive, at an 
expense to the city not to 
exceed two hundred forty 
dollars ($240). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Marg- 
uerite G. Sullivan, Deputy 
Superintendent, be author- 



ized to attend the State 
Department of Education 
Conference for Elementary 
School Supervisors and 
General Supervisors, to be 
held in Amherst, Massa- 
chusetts, Mrr. 20 to 23, 
1966, inclusive, at an ex- 
pense to the city not to 
exceed ninety dollars ($90). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Helen 
M. Moran, Head Master, 
Trade High School for 
Girls, be authorized to at- 
tend the Conference on Job 
Development and Training 
for Workers in Health 
Services to be held in 
Washington, D.C., Feb. 14 
to 17, 1966, inclusive, at 
an expense to the city not 
to exceed one hundred 
thirty-two dollars ($132). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs, Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Joseph 
A. Trongone, Director of 
Music Education, be au- 
thorized to attend the 
Music Educators National 
Conference, to be held in 
Kansas City, Missouri, Mar. 
18 to 22, 1966, inclusive, 
at an expense to the city 
not to exceed two hundred 
fifty dollars ($250). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest: 

EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary 



City op Boston 
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MARCH 7, 1966 



53 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



Mar. 7, 1966 

A conference of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston was held in 
the Administration Build- 
ing, 15 Beacon Street, Bos- 
ton, at 7:40 p. m., and ad- 
iourned at 12:08 a. m. Mar. 
8, 1966. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

Mar. 8, 1966 
A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building at 
12:10 a. m., and adjourned 
at 12.55 a. m. 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 
The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
Dec. 21, 1964, be amended 
as follows: 

Brighton High School — 
Michael P. Lescarbeau, co- 
operative instructor, salary 
$6660 — should read, "salary 
$7860, effective Jan. 1, 
1965." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The f o 1 lo w i n g was 
offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
Jan. 17, 1966, be amended 
as follows: 

Under Attendance at 
Conventions — strike out the 
name "Louise Days Hicks, 
on convention to be held 
in Atlantic City, New Jer- 
sey, Feb. 12 to 17, 1966." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



IN MEMORIAM 

The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
of the following-n a m e d 
members of the Boston 
School Department: 

John Marshall District — 
Marion G. Lane, teacher, 
elementary, Feb. 10, 1966. 

Department of School 
Health Services — Max 
Gore, M. D., school physi- 
cian, Feb. il, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

The School Committee 
requested that letters of 
condolence to be signed by 
the Secretary, be sent to 
fhe bereaved families. 

RESIGNATION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Secretary, 
under date of Mar. 8, 1966, 
reporting the resignation 
of Alice L. Gould, senior 
clerk and stenographer, Of- 
fice of the Secretary, to 
take effect Mar 3, 1966. 

Accepted. 

RETIREMENTS ON 
PENSION 

A communication was 
received from the Super- 
intendent, under date of 
Mar. 8, 1966, reporting 
the retirement from active 
service of the following- 
named members of the 
Stat e-Boston Retirement 
System, to take effect on 
the dates stated, as certi- 
fied by the Boston Retire- 
ment Board : 

Robert Treat Paine Dis- 
trict — Louise C. Galvin, 
teacher, kindergarten, Feb. 
28, 1966. 

Washington Allston Dis- 
trict — Martha D. Rask, 
teacher, elementary, Feb. 
28, 1966. 

Washington Irving Jun- 
ior High School — Anna G. 
Riordan, teacher, junior 
high, Feb. 3, 1966. 

Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School — Alice Camp- 
bell Deveney, teacher, jun- 
ior high, Feb. 28, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting the re- 
tirement from active serv- 
ice of the following-named 



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MARCH 7, 1966 



veteran, who has been re- 
tired under the provisions 
of Chapter 32 of the Gen- 
eral Laws, as amended: 

Attendance Department 
— Theodore C. McCarthy, 
supervisor of attendance, 
$3,781,37 per annum, Feb. 
28, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

APPOINTMENTS 

The following nomina- 
tions by the Superintendent, 
certified by him as being in 
accordance with the rules 
and regulations, to take 
effect on the dates indica- 
ted, were presented: 
(BY PROMOTION) 

Emerson District — Ar- 
nold H. Lamkin, assistant 
principal, (from master, 
Boston Technical High 
School), Mar. 15, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the 
appointment, was approved 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 

5 
NAYS— 

Subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, the 
Superintendent nominated 
the persons named below to 
the school or district and 
with the rank indicated in 
each case, for the school 
year ending August 31, 1966, 
and certified that their ap- 
pointments are in accord- 
ance with the regulations of 
the School Committee. 

These appointments are 
offered subject to the candi- 
dates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualification 
and Section 38G of Chapter 
71 of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts, relating to teach- 
er certification. 

In the event that any per- 
son appointed by this order 
fails to comply with the 
Rules of the School Commit- 
tee of the City of Boston re- 
lating to certificates of qual- 
ification and Section 38G of 
Chapter 71 of the General 
Laws of the Commonwealth 



of Massachusetts, relating 
to teacher certification, on 
or before August 31, 1966, 
then the appointment of 
such person herein made 
shall be null and void. 

(From the Eligible List) 

Boston Trade High School 
— James Gagliano, trade in- 
structor ( $5460 — anniver- 
sary date Mar. 1), Mar. 15, 
1966. 

Charlestown High School 
— Edward Wolf, cooperative 
instructor ($5460 — anniver- 
sary date Mar. 1), Mar. 15, 
1966. 

Dorchester High School — 
Walter H. Weidner, junior 
master ($7140 — anniversary 
date Apr. 1), Apr. 1, 1966. 

Charles Sumner District 
— Myrtle V. Mealey (from 
provisional), teacher, pri- 
mary ($7140 — anniversary 
date Feb. 1), Mar. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments were approved 
by the following vote: 
YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lees, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

(From the Eligible List — ■ 
Under Title I— E.S.E.A.— 
Project 6-035-004 Enrich- 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary, Junior High and Sen- 
ior High Schools) 

Department of Educa- 
t'onal Investigation and 
Measurement — Mary F. 
Barrett (from teacher, pri- 
mary Emily A. Fifield Dist), 
research assistant ($922.00 
per month of service, anni- 
versary date Mar. 1), Mar. 
7, 1966. 

Miriam Rothenberg Kee- 
san, research assistant 
($922.00 per month of serv- 
ice, anniversary date Mar. 
1), Mar. 7, 1966. 

Marion J. Ego (from 
teacher, junior high, Wood- 
row Wilson Junior High 
School), research assistant 
($922.00 per month of serv- 
ice, anniversary date Mar. 
1), Mar. 7, 1966. 

Elaine F. Gilmore (from 
teacher, primary Minot Dis- 
trict), research assistant 
($922.00 per month of serv- 
ice, anniversary date Mar. 
l),Mar. 7, 1966. 



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Lawrence .J . 1 1 a g e r t y 
(from teacher, elementary, 
W. E. Endicott District), 
research assistant ($922.00 
per month of service, anni- 
versary date Mar. 1), Mar. 
7, 1966. 

Margaret Finneran Carty 
( from teacher, primary Mar- 
tin District), research as- 
sistant ($922.00 per month 
of service, anniversary date 
Mar. 1), Mar. 7, 1966. 

Department of Pupil Ad- 
justment Counseling — John 
E Eenham (from teacher, 
elementary, Jefferson Dis- 
trict), school adjustment 
counselor ($922.00 per 
month of service, anniver- 
sary date Mar. 1), Mar. 7, 
1966. 

Mary E. Cardarelli (from 
teacher, high school, Girls' 
H'gh School), school adjust- 
ment counselor ($922.00 per 
month of service, anniver- 
sary date Mar. 1), Mar. 7, 
1966. 

Department of Pupil Ad- 
justment Counseling— Har- 
old Kritzman, school adjust- 
ment counselor ($922.00 per 
month or service, anniver- 
sary date Mar. 1), Mar. 15, 
1966. 

Emmanuel Lembidakis 
(from shop instructor, Dept. 
of Voc. Ed. and Industrial 
Arts), school adjustment 
counselor ($922.00 per 
month of service, anniver- 
sary date Mar. 1), Mar. 7, 
1966. 

Jeremiah J. Sheehan, 
school adjustment counselor 
($922.00 per month of serv- 
ice, anniversary date Mar. 
1), Mar. 1, 1966. 

Dearborn District — Paul 
Caponlgro, teacher, junior 
high ($546.00 per month of 
service, anniversary date 
Mar. 1), Mar. 15, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments were approved 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

(CHANGE IN RANK) 

Boston Trade High School 
— Frank A. Robilotto, senior 
instructor (from master, 
Charlestown High School), 
Mar. 15, 1966. 



1 



On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointment was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS- Mrs. H ; cks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt 5 

NAYS— 

(CHANGE IN TITLE) 

Office of Program Devel- 
opment—Title I, ESEA- 
Project 6-035-003, The Model 
Demonstration Subsystem — 
Francis V. Brow, Program 
Analyst ( from Education 
Specialist), Feb. 1, 1966. 

Anne L. O'Neill, Director 
of Subsystem School (from 
Education Specialist), Feb. 
1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

LIST OF TEACHERS 

APPROVED FOR 

TEMPORARY SERVICE 

The Superintendent sub- 
m'tted under the provisions 
of Section 265 paragraph 3 
of the regulations, the fol- 
lowing list of teachers ap- 
proved by him from which 
assignments may be made 
for temporary service: 

Barbara J. Adler, Jean E. 
Angelini: John E. Bennett, 
Charles J. Blue. Betty A. 
Buie, Edmund S. Burke, 
Robert J. Callahan, Janie V. 
Chickering, Joseph L. Cote, 
Barbara A. Deveney, John 
F Donovan, Ellamae Cal- 
vert Fallon, Emmett W. 
Fortune, Jr. 

Stephen L. Gordon, Elea- 
nor M. Howard, Richard J. 
Hutchison, Marcia Ingerson, 
Susan Romer Kaplan, 
Charles W. Lynch, John J. 
McGrath, John E. Mc- 
Keague, Thomas E. Mc- 
Manus, Nicholas L. Mour- 
g ; nis, Carolyn L. Nicholas, 
Elizabeth E. Otto, Eileen 
Robin Roy, Mary E. Salmon, 
Shirley Prusky Shapiro, 
Thomas J. Snyder, Ronald 
C. Turner, John P. Wright, 
Martin L. Cohen. 

Katherine F. Ahern, Bar- 
bara Baer. Irene M. Brac- 
ciale, Martin L. Cohen, Rob- 
ert Dante, William L. De- 



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laney, Delia Feeney, Jeanne 
M. Hayes, Rosemary E. Kel- 
ley Sonya Moses, Susan 
Moskin, William F. Norris, 
Irvin T. O'Connell, Grayce 
E Papps, Eileen R. Roy, 
Beatrice Smith, Carol N. 
Speigel, John H. Stouffer, 
John B. Hickey, Jr., Marie 
B Riccio, Robina S. St. Au- 
bin, Margaret M. St. Aubin 

On roll call, the list ot 
teachers was approved by 
the following vote: 
YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and' Eisenstadt— 5 

NAYS— 

INSTRUCTION OF PHYSI- 
CALLY HANDICAPPED 

CHILDREN 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of Mar. 
8 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teachers for employ- 
ment after school hours to 
teach physically handicapped 
children, not to exceed two 
hours in any one day, to 
take effect on the dates in- 
dicated: Dolores Zizza, Feb- 
ruary 11; and Joseph John 
Collins, February 15, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 

vote: 
YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named temporary teachers 
for instruction of physically 
handicapped children, to 
take effect on the dates in- 
dicated: Richard K. Ernst, 
January 21; Marie Penta, 
January 28; and Thomas P. 
Hennessey, February 17, 
1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote; 



YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

DEPARTMENT OF ADULT 
EDUCATIONAL AND 
RECREATIONAL 
ACTIVITIES 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
appointed the following- 
named persons for service 
in the evening schools for 
the term 1965-66: 

High Schools 

Assistant s — Mary A. 
Burns, Feb. 8, Agnes E. 
Fennessey, Jan. 25, Kath- 
leen Fitzgerald, Feb. 10, Ed- 
ward J. Grant, Jan. 25, Jere- 
miah Goulding, Feb. 1, 
Francis Lattarulo, Feb. 1, 
Leo J. McCormack, Feb. 8, 
Southard Menzel, Feb. 1, 
Loran T. Sanford, Feb. 1, 
Frank E. Sullivan, Feb. 3, 
Peter Waldron, Feb. 3, Hugh 
J. White, Jan. 25, 1966. 
Elementary Schools 

Assistant — John W. Gor- 
man, Feb. 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

APPRENTICESHIP AND 
JOURNEYMAN CLASSES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee and in 
accordance with the order 
passed at the meeting of 
October 6, 1941 (p. 195), he 
has appointed the following- 
named persons to the Ap- 
prenticeship and Journey- 
man Classes for Various 
Trades, to take effect on the 
dates stated. 

Instructors 

John R. Crisostamo, 
Painting, February 5, 1966. 

Pasquale R. Schiaraffa, 
Preparation for Apprentice 
Examination, January 31, 
1966. 



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57 



Thomas Lawrence Collins, 


Brighton High School — 


Preparation for Apprentice 


Robert V. McCabe. 


Examination, January 31, 


Charlestown High School 


1966. 


— Lawrence P. Matthews. 


The communication was 


Dorchester High School — 


placed on file and on roll 


Joseph A. Mason. 


call, the appointments were 


East Boston High School 


approved by the following 


— Julius J. Vennochi. 


vote: 


English High School — 


YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 


William J. Stewart. 


Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 


Hyde Park High School- 


and Eisenstadt — 5 


Francis G. Power. 


NAYS— 


Jamaica Plain High School 





— Frederick J. Gumbs. 


MANPOWER DEVELOP- 


Roslindale High School — 


MENT TRAINING ACT 


James C. Murphy. 


CLASSES 


South Boston High School 


A communication was re- 


— Joseph A. Crowley. 


ceived from the Superin- 


ASSISTANT TEACHER 


tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting that sub- 


COACHES 


ject to the approval of the 


High Schools 


School Committee, and in 


(to take effect Mar. 7, 1966) 


accordance with the order 


Baseball 


passed at the meeting of 
June 19, 1962, he has ap- 


Boston Latin School — Leo 
F. Casey. 


po nted the following named 


persons to the classes under 


Boston Technical High 


the Manpower Development 


School — Thomas E. Moran. 


and Training Act of 1962, 


Boston Trade High School 


P.L. 87-415, to take effect 


— Walter D. Fitzgerald. 


on the dates stated. 


Brighton High School — 


School Nurse — Susan T. 


Thomas J. Carty. 


Brennan, R.N. (Webster) 


Charlestown High School 


2/28/66. 


— Peter F. Kondos. 


Instructor — Anthony Mo- 


Dorchester High School — 


rano (Mach. Shop, Hyde 


Jerome C. Buckley. 


Park) 1/24/66. 


East Boston High School 


John T. Anagnoson (Cook, 


— Carmen J. Scarpa. 


Girls Trade) 2/7/66. 


English High School — 


Clerical Assistants — Wil- 


William F. Duffy. 


liam R. Lupica (Sales Auto 


Hyde Park High School- 


Pts., Bri.) 12/20/65. 


Robert J. Artick. 


Catherine Wesley (L.P.N., 


Jamaica Plain High School 


Grls. Tr.) 1/31/66. 


—Walter B. Stranger. 


Edward W. Donovan 


Roslindale High School — 


(Waitress, Grls. Tr.) 21- 


Michael A. Donato. 


28/66. 


South Boston High School 


The communication was 


— Charles F. Ray. 


placed on file and on roll 


TEACHER COACHES 


call, the appointments were 


Junior High Schools 


approved by the following 


(to take effect Apr. 4, 1966) 


vote: 


Baseball 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 


Clarence R. Edwards 


Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 


Junior High School — Francis 


O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 


J. Sullivan. 


NAYS— 


Grover Cleveland Junior 


— 


High School— John W. Mol- 


TEACHER COACHES 


loy. 




James P. Timilty Junior 


High Schools 


High School — Francis A. 


(to take effect 


Romeo, Jr. 


March 7, 1966) 


Joseph H. Barnes Junior 


Baseball 


High School— John J. Kelly. 


Boston Latin School — J. 


Lewis Junior High School 


Stephen Patten. 


—George A. Johnson. 


Boston Technical High 


Mary E. Curley Junior 


School — John F. Keane. 


High School — Frank G. 


Boston Trade High School 


Stevens 


— George P. Ryan. 


Michelangelo Junior High 



58 



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School— William F. Mar- 
shall. 

Oliver W. Holmes Junior 
High School — William J. 
Mahoney. 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
High School — Edward L. 
Riley. 

Patrick T. Campell Junior 
High School — Eugene R. 
Ellis. 

Robert Gould Shaw Junior 
High School — Michael R. 
Sheer an. 

Solomon Lewenberg 
Junior High School — Harold 
A. Martell. 

Thomas A. Edison Junior 
High School — Nicholas L. 
Najjar. 

Washington Irving Junior 
High School — Leo R. Long. 

William Barton Rogers 
Tunior High School — William 
A. Brown. 

William Howard T a f t 
Junior High School — Robert 
D. McCarthy. 

Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School — Charles F. 
O'Hara. 

PLAY TEACHERS 
High School 

(to take effect — Spring: 
Apr. 28 through June 10, 
1966. 

Fall: Sept. 14 through Oct. 
.14, 1966). 

Rowing 

Boston Latin School — Car- 
mine A. Vara. 

Boston Technical High 
School — John J. Gorman. 

Boston Trade High School 
—James L. Ryan. 

English High School — 
Matthew J. Ruggiero. 

Department of Physical 
Education — William T. 
Gable. 

TEACHER COACHES 

High School 

(to take effect Apr. 4, 1966) 

Outdoor Track 

Department of Physical 
Education — Joseph J. Col- 
lins, Joseph F. Fielding, 
Frederick J. Gillis, Jr. Ed- 
ward J. Grant 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ments were approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

APPOINTMENT 
(Toolkeeper) 
Boston Trade High School 
— Melvin Johnston, tool- 
keeper, Mar. 7, 1966. 



On roll call, the appoint- 
ment was approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting subject to 
the approval of the School 
Committee, that he has dis- 
continued the leave of 
absence foi maternity grant- 
ed to the following named 
teachers, to take effect on 
the dates stated: 

Grover Cleveland Junior 
High School — Lorraine Maz- 
zola teacher, junior High, 
February 28, 1966. 

Charles Sumner District — 
Judith Barrett teacher, kind- 
ergarten, February 28, 1966. 

Dwight District — Miriam 
Theirry teacher, primary, 
February 28, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the discontinuance of 
leaves of absence was ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, recommeding that 
leave of absence without pay 
for maternity begranted to 
the following named teach- 
ers to take effect on the 
dates indicated, and to con- 
tinue until terminated by 
the Superintendent with the 
approval of the School Com- 
mittee, provided that such 
leave shall be for a period of 
at least three months after 
the date of birth, and pro- 
vided further that no such 
leave shall in any event ex- 
ceed eighteen months: 

Charles Sumner District — 
Gail Bickford, teacher, prim- 
ary, February 15, 1966. 

Grover Cleveland Junior 
High School - - Ellen Goltz, 
teacher, March 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were by the following vote: 
granted 



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59 



YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messro. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

TRANSFERS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ect to the approval of t h e 
School Committee, and un- 
der Title I E.S.E.A.— 
Project 6-035-004, Enrich- 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary, Junior High and Senior 
High Schools, he has made 
the following transfer of a 
teacher, to take effect Mar. 
1, 1966: 

Miriam Robinson Thierry, 
teacher, primary, Dwight 
District, to the same position 
in the John Winthrop Dis- 
trict, $594.00 per month of 
service. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfer was ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8. 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
made the folowing transfer 
of a teacher, to take effect 
Mar. 15, 1966: 

Nora T. Horgan, teacher, 
elementary, Hyde - Everett 
District, to the same position 
in the Patrick F. Lyndon 
District. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfer was ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

ASSIGNMENTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of Mar. 8, 
1966, reporting that subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has assigned 
the following-named teach- 



ers, without change of sal- 
ary, to take effect on the 
dates stated, and to con- 
tinue until otherwise or- 
dered: 

Grover Cleveland Junior 
High School -Lorraine Maz- 
zola, teacher, junior high, to 
Dorchester High School, 
Mar. 1, 1966. 

Hart-Gaston-Perry Dis- 
trict — John F. Fox, assistant 
principal, to Department of 
Adult Educational and Rec- 
reational Activities (Title 
II, Part B, OEO, Adult 
Basic Education) Feb. 14, 
1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YES — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 

Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teacher to the Model 
Demonstration Subsystem 
Project No. 6-035-003, Title 

1 and to continue until Aug. 
31, 1966, unless otherwise 
ordered: 

Boston Technical High 
School — Thomas B. Lavin, 
master, as curriculum de- 
sign specialist, Feb. 14, 1966, 
$882.00 per month of service. 

Department of Teacher 
Placement — Margaret M. 
Callahan, assistant director, 
as educational specialist 
(research) Mar. 7, 1966, 
$1228.00 per month of serv- 
ice. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 



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MARCH 7, 1966 



School Committee, he has as- 
signed the following-named 
teachers, to Title I— E.S.E.A. 
—Project 6-035-004, Enrich- 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary, Junior High and Senior 
High Schools, at the salaries 
indicated, to take effect 
Mar. 1, 1966 and to continue 
until otherwise ordered. 

Dillaway District — Mary 
C. Dever, teacher primary, 
as science teacher — $546.00 
per month of service. 

Harvard District — Marilyn 
C. Semonian, teacher, pri- 
mary, as science teacher — 
$546.00 per month of service 
from Ellis Mendell Dist. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict—Gerald E. McGrath, 
teacher, elem. IV- VI, as sci- 
ence teacher— $666.00 per 
month of service from Minot 
Dist. 

Hyde-Everett District — 
Jacqueline Heim Richard- 
son, teacher, primary, as 
science teacher— $594.00 per 
month of service. 

John Winthroo District — 
Joseph T. Joyce, teacher, 
elementary, as science teach- 
er— $834.00 per month of 
service. 

Paul A. Dever District — 
Florence E. Connolly, teach- 
5r, primary, as science teach- 
er— $786.00 per month of 
service. 

Theodore Lyman District- 
Joseph Rusci, teacher, ele- 
mentary as science teacher 
— $882.00 per month of serv- 
ice. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks. 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

DESIGNATIONS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting that he has 
made the following designa- 
tions of teachers, to serve in 
the positions indicated until 
such time as they shall be 
filled otherwise, in accord- 
ance with the rules and 
regulations but not beyond 
Aug. 31, 1966: 

South Boston High School 
— Alvin K. Milch, master, as 



acting coordinator (vice 
Stephen T. Reilly, absent on 
leave). Jan. 31, 1966. 

Abraham Lincoln-Quincy 
District — Rose R. Lynch, 
teacher, junior high, as act- 
ing assistant principal, Jan. 
26, 1966. 

Edward Everett District - 
William L. Barrett, teacher, 
elementary, as acting assist- 
ant principal (vice William 
V. Feeney, absent on leave), 
Jan. 14, 1966. 

Emerson District — Pas- 
quale Lochiatto, teacher, 
elementary, as acting assist- 
ant principal, Feb. 1, 1966. 

Hart-Gaston-P e r r y Dis- 
trict — M. Gregory Toupou- 
zis, teacher, elementary, as 
acting assistant principal, 
Feb. 14, 1966. 

James A. Garfield District 
— William J. Murray, teach- 
er, elementary, as acting 
assistant principal, Feb. 1, 
1966. 

Mary E. Curley Junior 
High School — Allen J. 
Prince, teacher, junior high, 
as acting assistant principal 
(vice Mary C. Butler, absent 
on leave), Feb. 14, 1966. 

Dept. of Voc. Educ. and 
Ind. Arts — Joseph M. O'Neil, 
shop instructor, as acting 
assistant principal (vice 
John Young, absent on 
leave), Jan. 27, 1966. 

Washington Irving Junior 
High School— Patrick J. Mc- 
Donough, assistant principal, 
as acting principal, Feb. 1, 
1966. 

William Barton Rogers 
Junior High School — Ber- 
tram P. Mullaney, teacher, 
junior high, as acting assist- 
ant principal (vice Alice E. 
Emmel, absent on leave), 
Feb. 14, 1966; Raymond J. 
Pemberton, shop instuctor, 
as acting shop foreman (vice 
John J. Shepherd, absent on 
leave), Feb. 7, 1966. 

Dept. of Educational In- 
vestigation and Measure- 
ment — Cecilia A. O'Shea, re- 
search assistant, as acting 
director (vice Mary B. Cum- 
mings, absent on leave), 
Feb. 7, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting that he has 
made the following designa- 
tion of a teacher to serve in 



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61 



charge of a building in ac- 
cordance with Order No. 7 
of the Salary Schedule, to 
take effect on the date 
si; i tod: 

William E. Russell Dis- 
trict - Arthur G. Ashur, 
teacher, elementary, in 
charge of elementary classes 
in the Pipe Fitters Union 
Hall Building, Nov. 24, 1965. 

Placed on file. 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTIONS 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That William 
G. Tobin, Associate Superin- 
tendent, be authorized to at- 
tend the Great Cities Legis- 
lative Committee, to be held 
in Washington, D. C, March 
13 to 14, 1966 inclusive, at 
an expense to the city not 
to exceed ninety-six dollars 
(96.00) 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS —Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named members of 
the Model Demonstration 
Subsystem, Title I— E.S.E.A. 
—Project 6-035-003, Evans 
Clinchy, Director, Joseph F. 
Carey, Assistant Director, 
Francis V. Brow, Marilyn R. 
Kiely, Helen Cotter, Bernard 
Shulman, Robert Donahue, 
Grace R. Whittaker and 
Margaret Callahan, be au- 
thorized to attend the 
Twenty-First Annual Con- 
ference of the Association 
for Supervision and Curricu- 
lum, to be held in San Fran- 
cisco, California, Mar. 12 to 
17, 1966, inclusive, at a cost 
of four hundred fifty ($450) 
dollars each, and to be 
charged to Federal Funds. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough. 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

STEP RATE 
INCREASES 
The following two 
orders were offered: 

ORDERED, That effec- 
tive Mar. 2, 1966, each 
cafeteria manager, each 



cafeteria attendant, and 
each school medical aide, 
be placed on that step of 
the Jacobs Compensation 
Plan to which her years 
of service entitle her, pro- 
vided that no such employee 
shall receive an increase of 
more than seven dollars 
( .157) per week, 

ORDERED, That effec- 
tive Mar. 1, 1966, each 
school physician; each 
supervisor of attendance; 
each attendant, cerebral 
palsy classes; be placed 
on that step of the 
of employment under 
Civil Service entitle him, 
provided that no such em- 
ployee shall receive an in- 
crease of more than thirty 
dollars and forty - five 
cents ($30.45) per month. 

On roll call, the orders 
passed by the following 

YEA— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, O'Connor, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 

ANNUAL STATISTICS 
A communication was 
received from the Super- 
intendent, under date of 
Mar. 8, 1966, submitting the 
Annual Statistics for the 
Boston Public Schools for 
the school year 1964-65, be- 
ing School Document No. 3 
—1966. 

Placed on file. 

APPROPRIATIONS AND 
EXPENDITURES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Business 
Manager, under date of Dec. 
31, 1965, submitting a state- 
ment showing the appropria- 
tions, the expenditures and 
balances for general school 
purposes and special items 
for the fiscal year 1965, the 
expenditures for the fiscal 
year 1964 and the increases 
and decreases in the several 
items. 

Placed on file. 

MODEL DEMONSTRA- 
TION SUB-SYSTEM 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, requesting the au- 
thority to employ Nancy 
Seasholes as a Curriculum 
Design Specialist in the 
Model Demonstration Sub- 



62 



MARCH 7, 1966 



System for the period be- 
ginning March 1, 1966 and 
ending August 31, 1966, to 
be paid at an annual salary 
rate of $690.00 in monthly 
installments, to be charged 
to Title I, ESEA, Project 
6-035-003, The Model Dem- 
onstration Sub-System. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the request was granted 
by the following vote: 

YEA S— M r s. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, enter into and exe- 
cute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the Boston School 
Committee and New Eng- 
land Conservatory of Music, 
said services to be performed 
under the Model Demon- 
stration Sub-system, Proj- 
ect No. 6-035-003, at a rate 
not to exceed $50 per day; 
provided, that the total sum 
for carrying out this con- 
tract shall not exceed $1,000. 
On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 

vote : 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, enter into and exe- 
cute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the Boston School 
Committee and Thomas 
Frank, M.D., said services to 
be performed under the 
Model Demonstration Sub- 
system, Project No. 6-035- 
003, at a rate not to exceed 
$25 per hour; provided, that 
the total sum for carrying 
out this contract shall not 
exceed $1,000. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 



BUSING 

Mr. Lee offered the fol- 
lowing: 

ORDERED, That, except 
in case of emergency, no 
child shall be transported by 
bus hired by the School 
Committee from his neigh- 
borhood school to a school 
outside his district if such 
transfer by bus would in- 
crease the number of non- 
white pupils in the receiving 
school to an excess of more 
than 50% of the pupil popu- 
lation, or if such transfer 
would aggravate such an 
excess already existing, or if 
the denial or cancellation of 
such transportation by bus 
would eliminate or reduce 
such excess, this order to 
take effect before the open- 
ing of school in September, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

RENTAL OF SPACE 
The following was offered : 
ORDERED, That the Su- 
perintendent of Construc- 
tion of the Department of 
School Buildings be author- 
ized to enter into an agree- 
ment with Royal Curtain- 
Fairclough and Gold, Inc., 
156 Porter Street, East Bos- 
ton, for the occupancy of 
the building located at 283 
Hyde Park Avenue, Jamaica 
Plain, at the rate of $14,000 
per year, occupancy to begin 
as soon as possible. 

On roll call, the order 

passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks and 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 

O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL HEALTH 
SERVICES 
The following was offered : 
ORDERED, That the 
following-named School 
Physicians be assigned to 
duty in the Certificating 
Office during the school va- 
cation periods, compensation 
to be at the rate of $15. per 
day of service, and that only 
one physician will serve each 
day: 



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63 



Maurice C. Fisher, M.D. 

Sydney H. Lappin, M.D. 

Joseph Laserson, M.D. 

Hyman Saphirstein, M.D. 

Charles Silverstein, M.D. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL LUNCHES 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
following-named persons, 
the first two on the list 
certified by Civil Service 
willing to accept, are hereby 
appointed to the position of 
cafeteria attendant, to take 
effect January 5, 1966: 

Angela A. Scafati. 

Kathleen M. Crowley. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEA S— M r s. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

APPOINTMENTS, 

TRANSFERS, ETC., 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

OFFICES 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That with the 
approval of the Division of 
Civil Service, the following- 
named persons be appointed 
Clerk and Stenographers 
and assigned as indicated to 
take effect on the dates 
stated: 

Eleanor M. McCarthy, 
Boston Latin School, March 
4, 1966. 

Kathleen M. Bird, Patrick 
T. Campbell Junior High 
School, March 15, 1966. 

Margaret C. Pratt, Office 
of Program Development 
(Title I, ESEA, Project No. 
6-035-003, Model Demonstra- 
'f ipjeH (iua}sAs-qns uoi; 
1966. 

Margaret M. Sullivan, Of- 
fice of Program Develop- 
ment (Title I, ESEA, Proj- 
ect No. 6-035-003, Model 
Demonstration Sub-system) 
March 23, 1966. 

Jean Druker, Department 
of Compensatory Services 
(Title I, Project No. 6-035- 
004), March 30, 1966. 

Ann F. Maloney, Depart- 
ment of Compensatory Serv- 
ices (Title I, Project No. 6- 



035-004), March 23, 1966. 

Mary P. Parlon, English 
High School, March 4, 1966. 

Caroline A. Foster, Eng- 
lish High School, March 4, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEA S— M r s. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 



The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
following-named persons, 
certified as eligible by the 
Division of Civil Service, be 
appointed to the position of 
Clerk and Typist as indicat- 
ed, to take effect March 16, 
1966: 

Ruth C. Stevens, Office of 
the Business Manager. 

Blanche E. French, Office 
of Program Development 
(Title I, ESEA, Project No. 
6-035-003, Model Demon- 
stration Sub-system). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Nancy 
O'Brien, Senior Clerk and 
Typist, Department of Voca- 
tional Education and Indus- 
trial Arts, MDTA Classes, 
be granted a leave of ab- 
sence without pay for the 
period March 25, 1966 
through June 10, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED , That, with 
the approval of the Division 
of Civil Service, Mary E. 
Higgins, Senior Clerk, Bos- 
ton Welfare Department, be 
transferred to the position 
in the Office of the Business 
Manager to take effect Feb- 
ruary 16, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



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YEA S— M r s. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Richard 
W. Petitti, Senior Computer 
Programmer, on temporary 
transfer to Systems Analyst, 
and Joseph P. McLaughlin, 
Computer Programmer, on 
temporary transfer to Senior 
Computer Programmer, be 
placed on the maximum sal- 
ary for Grades 27 and 25 
respectively, to take effect 
forthwith. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough. 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the or- 
der passed by the School 
Committee on February 16, 
1966 granting a temporary 
transfer to Cecelia V. Irwin, 
Telephone Operator, be 
amended to show the effec- 
tive date to be January 10, 
1966 instead of January 16, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEA S— M r s. Hicks. 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

SALARY GRADE OF 
ARMORER 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following: 

ORDERED, That the Ar- 
morer be maintained at the 
same grade as the Custodian 
at the White Stadium. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1. 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following : 

ORDERED, That Freder- 
ick N. Cronin, Armorer, be 
placed on that step of the 
salary schedule for Grade 23 
for Custodians to which his 
years of service entitle him, 
to take effect forthwith. 



On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs . Hicks and 
Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt— 4. 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1. 

RESIGNATION OF 
CUSTODIAN 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, reporting the resig- 
nation of Raymond E. Leary, 
junior building custodian, 
Girls' High School, to take 
effect on February 15, 1966. 

Accepted. 

APPOINTMENT OF 
CUSTODIAN 
RESCINDED 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, requesting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, the 
appointment of George W. 
Flaherty, junior building 
custodian, as presented and 
approved at the meeting of 
January 17, 1966, be re- 
scinded. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointment was 
rescinded by the following 
vote: 

YEA S— M r s. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

APPOINTMENTS, 
CUSTODIANS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and in 
accordance with the certifi- 
cation of the Division of 
Civil Service, that the 
following-named persons 
who stand at the head of the 
promotional list be appoint- 
ed Assistant Schoolhouse 
Custodians, to take effect 
December 20, 1965. 

John J. O'Donnell. 

John J. Doherty. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 



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YEA S— M r s. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
8, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and in 
accordance with the certifi- 
cation of the Division of 
Civil Service, the appoint- 
ment of the following-named 
persons who stand at the 
head of the list, and who 
have been approved by the 
Medical Director, Work- 
men's Compensation Serv- 
ice, City of Boston, as 
junior building custodians, 
to take effect March 16, 
1966. 

Richard L. Home. 

Francis P. Harrington. 

Thomas J. Walsh. 

Vincent W. Kuczin. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEA S— M r s. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 
The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, Paul V. 
Kelley, Junior Building Cus- 
todian, be granted a leave of 
absence, without pay, for a 
period of three months from 
March 14, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 
NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered : 
ORDERED, That Michael 
F. Haverty, Senior Building 
Custodian, be granted an 
extension of sick leave of ab- 
sence without loss of pay 
for a period of thirty days 
from February 23, 1966. 



On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following: 

ORDERED, That the 
Rules and Regulations be 
.imonded as follows: Section 
182. Strike out paragraphs 
1, 2 and 3 and substitute in 
place thereof the following: 

1— Children four years 
and five months of age and 
older on September 1 may 
be admitted to those Kinder- 
garten I classes which are 
most convenient for them to 
attend and in which there 
are sufficient accommoda- 
tions. A record shall be kept 
of all applicants refused ad- 
mission. 

2 — Children five years of 
age and older on September 
1 may be admitted in the 
order of application to those 
Kindergarten II classes 
which are most convenient 
for them to attend and in 
which there are sufficient 
accommodations. A record 
shall be kept of all appli- 
cants refused admission. 

3 — Children six years of 
age and older on September 
1 may be admitted to the 
first grade; provided, that 
for the school year 1966- 
1967 only, children five 
years and five months of age 
and older on September 1, 
1966 may be admitted to the 
first grade. 

Laid over. 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

The order laid over at the 
meeting of Feb. 16, 1966, 
making additions to the List 
of Authorized Text Books, 
was taken up. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEA S— M r s. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest : 
EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary 



City of Boston 
Printing eOS-j^o Section 



MARCH 21, 1966 



67 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



Mar. 21, 1966 
A conference of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston at 
7 : 18 p. m., and recessed at 
7:19 p. m. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

The executive session be- 
gan at 7:25 p. m., and ad- 
journed at 11 :00 p. m. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building at 
11:10 p. m., and adjourned 
at 11:42 p. m. The confer- 
ence resumed at 11:43 p. m., 
and adjourned at 11 :48 p. m. 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES 
The reading of the min- 
utes of the meetings of Dec. 

20, 1965, Jan. 3, 17, 24, 31, 
Feb. 4, 1966, was omitted 
the Committee approving 
them as printed. 

RESIGNATIONS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 

21, 1966, reporting the res- 
ignation of the following- 
named teachers: 

Boston Latin School — 
Kenneth Byrne, junior mas- 
ter, Mar. 14, 1966. 

Beethoven District — Mar- 
garet Clark Belanger, teach- 
er, primary, Mar. 1, 1966. 

James A. Garfield Dis- 
trict — Elise M. Martus, 
teacher, primary, Mar. 2, 
1966. 

John Fitzgerald Kennedy 
District — Johanna Shagha- 
lian, teacher, elementary 
IV-VI, Mar. 10, 1966. 

Accepted. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Secretary, 
under date of Mar. 21, 1966, 
reporting the resignation of 
Mary E. Connolly, Cafeteria 
Attendant, to take effect 
March 7. 1966. 

Accepted. 



APPOINTMENTS 
Subject to the approval of 
the School Committer, tho 
Superintendent nominated 
the persons named below to 
Ihe school district and with 
the rank indicated in each 
case, for the school year 
ending August 31, 1966, and 
certified that their appoint- 
ments are in accordance 
with the regulations of the 
School Committee. 

These appointments are 
offered subject to the can- 
didates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of tho 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualification 
and Section 38G of Chapter 
71 of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts, relating to teach- 
er certification. 

In the event that any 
person appointed by this 
order fails to comply with 
the Rules of the School Com- 
mittee of the City of Bos- 
ton relating to certificates 
of qualification and Section 
38G of Chapter 71 of the 
General Laws of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachu- 
setts, relating to teacher 
certification, on or before 
August 31, 1966, then the 
appointment of such person 
herein made shall be null 
and void. 
(FROM THE ELIGIBLE 
LIST) 

Department of School 
Health Services— Blanche 
M. McDonough, school nurse 
($5460 — anniversary date 
Apr. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ment was approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS -Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

(FROM THE ELIGIBLE 
LIST) 
(Under Title I— E.S.E.A.— 
Project 6-035-004, Enrich- 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary, Junior High and 
Senior High Schools) 
Julia Ward Howe District 
-Noreen Crowley Roddy 
(from provisional), teacher, 
primary ($594.00 per month 
of service, anniversary date 
Mar. 1), Mar. 1, 1966; Mar- 
garet M. Snyder, teacher, 



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primary ($546.00 per month 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 


of service, anniversary date 


Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 


Mar. 1), Mar. 1., 1966. 


and Eisenstadt — 5. 


On roll call, the appoint- 


NAYS— 0. 


ments were approved by the 


(TOOLKEEPER) 


following vote: 
YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5. 


Boston Trade High School 
— James F. McCourt, tool- 
keeper, Mar. 15, 1966. 


NAYS— 0. 


On roll call, the appoint- 




ment was approved by the 


DEPARTMENT OF ADULT 


following vote: 


EDUCATIONAL AND 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 


RECREATIONAL 


Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 


ACTIVITIES 


and Eisenstadt — 5. 


A communication was re- 


NAYS— 0. 


ceived from the Superin- 


— 


tendent, under date of Mar. 


LEAVES OF ABSENCE 


21, 1966, reporting that, 


A communication was re- 


subject to the approval of 


ceived from the Superin- 


the School Committee, he 


tendent, under date of Mar. 


has appointed the follow- 


21, 1966, recommending 


ing-named persons for serv- 


that leave of absence with- 


ice in the evening schools 


out pay for maternity be 


for the term 1965-66: 


granted to the following- 


High Schools 


named teachers to take 


Assistants— Leo F. Casey, 


effect on the dates indicat- 


Feb. 10, Daniel J. Coughlin, 


ed, and to continue until 


Jr., Jan. 25, Robert J. Kel- 


terminated by the Superin- 


ley, Mar. 3, 1966. 


tendent with the approval 


Elementary Schools 


of the School Committee, 


Assistants— Robert E. Car- 


provided that such leave 


roll, Mar. 10, David Sill, 


shall be for a period of at 


Feb. 8, 1966. 


least three months after the 


The communication was 


date of birth, and provided 


placed on file and on roll 


further that no such leave 


call, the appointments were 


shall in any event exceed 


approved by the following 


eighteen months: 


vote: 


Mary Hemenway District 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 


— Patricia Sullivan, teacher, 


Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 


primary, March 2, 1966. 


and Eisenstadt — 5. 


Longfellow District — El- 


NAYS— 0. 


len A. Galeota, teacher, ele- 


— 


mentary, January 29, 1966. 


APPRENTICESHIP AND 


Elihu Greenwood District 


JOURNEYMAN CLASSES 


— Mary Furlong, teacher, 


A communication was re- 


elementary, March 7, 1966. 


ceived from the Superin- 


Martin District — Paula 


tendent under date of Mar. 


Casey, teacher, kindergar- 


21, 1966, reporting that, 


ten, February 28, 1966. 


subject to the approval of 


Jeremiah E. Burke High 


the School Committee and 


School — Gretchen Wescott, 


in accordance with the or- 


teacher, high school, March 


der passed at the meeting 


7, 1966. 


of October 6, 1941 (p. 195), 


The communication was 


he has appointed the fol- 


placed on file and on roll 


lowing-named person to the 


call, the leaves of absence 


Apprenticeship and Jour- 


were granted by the follow- 


neyman Classes for Various 


ing vote: 


Trades, to take effect on 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 


the date stated. 


Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 


Instructor 


and Eisenstadt — 5. 


John J. Craffey, Plaster- 


NAYS— 0. 


ing, January 29, 1966. 




The communication was 


The following was of- 


placed on file and on roll 


fered: 


call, the appointments were 


ORDERED, That the fol- 


approved by the following 


lowing-named persons be 


vote: 


granted an extension of sick 



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69 



leave, without loss of pay, 
for a period of thirty days 
from the date stated: 

Roslindale High School- 
Martha Crane O'Neil, teach- 
er, high school — March 9, 
1966. 

Paul A. Dever School — 
Genevieve Mackey Merritt, 
teacher, elementary — Febru- 
ary 16, 1966. 

Elihu Greenwood District 
— Genevieve M. Cannata, 
teacher, elementary, March 
14, 1966. 

Department of School 
Health Service — Margaret 
A. Sullivan, school nurse, 
March 30, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
McDonough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, recommending, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence without 
pay be granted to the fol- 
lowing-named persons for 
the term specified. 

Department of School 
Health Services— Marguer- 
ite Cronin, school nurse, 
March 1, 1966 to August 31, 
1966. 

Brighton High School — 
Joseph Bragna, junior mas- 
ter, September 1, 1966 to 
January 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 
YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, recommending, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence with pay 
be granted to the following- 
named persons for the term 
specified: 

Charlestown High School 

Arthur J. Sullivan, Head 

Master, March 23 and 24, 



1966; to attend The State 
Dept. of Education Confer- 
ence at Amherst, Mass. 

English High School — 
James Keaney, junior mas- 
ter, June 20, 21, 22 and 23, 
1966, to attend Chemistry 
Institute at Washington, 
D. C. 

Girls' Latin School— Wil- 
liam T. Miller, Head Master, 
March 23 and 24, 1966, to 
attend The State Dept. of 
Education Conference at 
Amherst, Mass. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

TRANSFER 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has made the following 
transfer of a teacher, to 
take effect Mar. 1, 1966: 

Eleanor Foster Sullivan, 
teacher, elementary, John 
A. Andrew District, to the 
same position in the Nor- 
cross District, under Title I 
— ESEA— Project 6-035-004, 
Enrichment Program for 
Elementary, Junior High 
and Senior High Schools, at 
$834.00 per month of serv- 

ice. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfer was ap- 
proved by the following 

vote : 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5. 
NAYS— 0. 

ASSIGNMENTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, reporting that he 
has assigned Leo M. How- 
ard Assistant Principal, 
William Lloyd Garrison 
District, to the office of 
Charles O. Ruddy, Associate 
Superintendent, to take ef- 
fect Dec. 13, 1965 and to 
continue until Jan. 31, 1966. 



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The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teacher, to Title I — 
ESEA— Project 6-035-003, 
The Model Demonstration 
Subsystem, at the salary in- 
dicated, to take effect Mar. 
1, 1966 and to continue un- 
til Aug. 31, 1966, unless 
otherwise ordered: 

Joseph H. Barnes Junior 
High School — John P. Slat- 
tery, teacher, junior high, 
as teacher-investigator, jun- 
ior high— $762.00 per month 
of service. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
md Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teachers, as indicated 
to the Afternoon Elemen- 
tary Remediation and En- 
richment Laboratories, to 
take effect Feb. 7, 1966: 

Harvard School — Peggy 
J. Williams, teacher. 

Jefferson School — Mark 
Mulkern and John Mullen, 
teachers. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, reporting, subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teachers to Title I — 
ESEA— Project 6-035-003, 
The Model Demonstration 
Subsystem, at the salary 
indicated, to take effect on 
the dates stated, and to 
continue until Aug. 31, 1966, 
unless otherwise ordered: 

English High School — 
Robert L. Murray, head of 
department, as teacher- 
investigator — $946.00 per 
month of service, Mar. 10, 
1966. 

William Barton Rogers 
Junior High School — Robert 
C. Dever, teacher, junior 
high, as teacher-investigator 
— $882.00 per month of serv- 
ice, Mar. 21, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teachers, as indicat- 
ed to the Afternoon Junior 
High School Remediation 
and Enrichment Program 
under Title I— ESEA— Proj- 
ect 6-035-004: to take effect 
Feb. 28, 1966, 

Clarence R. Edwards Jun- 
ior High School — Marie A. 
Madden, program coordina- 
tor. 

Lewis Junior High School 
— Rollins Griffith, program 
coordinator. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes 
Junior High School— Daniel 
E. O'Connell, program co- 
ordinator. 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
High School— William < T. 
Glennon, program coordina- 
tor. 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School— Joseph M. 
McDonough, program co- 
ordinator. 



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71 



James P. Timilty Junior 
High School— John J. Mc- 
Gourty, program coordina- 
tor. 

(To be paid at the rate of 
$8.00 per hour) 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School - William T. 
McCann, James W. Henry, 
Herbert D. Stone, Eugene R. 
Ellis, John A. Joyce, David 
S. Owens, Barbara I. Cal- 
ender, Inez I. Hunter, Glo- 
t'iaF. Bowcns, Roger L. 
Amann, Mary M. Johnston 
and Barbara A. Sullivan, 
teachers. 

Clarence R. Edwards Jun- 
ior High School — Leonard I. 
Epstein, Henry E. Montane, 
Adelle M. Evans, Libby F. 
Ginn, David C. Chesbro, 
Francis J. Sullivan, Joseph 
F. Ford, Joanne C. Vacca, 
John F. Murphy, John B. 
Kelley, Jr., Domenic Paolini, 
Joseph Bage, Norton C. 
O'Brien and John P. Mor- 
ris, teachers. 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
High School — Rosalie E. 
FitzGerald, Sally M. Gor- 
ham, Joseph T. Daly, Gerald 
K. O'Neil, Barbara Holthaus, 
Lillian G. Healey, Joseph 
F. X. Donovan, Diane P. De- 
Vine, Clifford M. Weeks, 
Margaret G. McLaughlin, 
and Louis J. Goldrick, teach- 
ers. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes 
Junior High School — George 
J. Hermiston, Cornelius A. 
O 'Regan, James J. Mc- 
Laughlin, Madeleine K. An- 
drews, Mildred S. White, 
Diane Demas, Paul F. Rut- 
ledge, Thomas Cavanaugh, 
and Michael Fay, teachers. 

Lewis Junior High School 
— Willard T. Hall, Janet E. 
Zoia, John J. Burchill, Will 
Ella Brown, Milton P. Ha- 
gins, William T. Power, Rob- 
ert C. Bertazzoni, Gerard R. 
Miller and Joseph McClos- 
key, teachers. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — Agnes H. 
Sweeney, Marion R. Shea, 
John F. X. Shields, Edward 
F. DiCenzo, Cosimo F. Ce- 
lona, Constance H. Sala- 
mone, John F. Meara, Leon- 
ard E. Kaufman, Paul A. 
Harrington, Robert E. Don- 
aghue, Ivy Beckles and 
Richard M. Carr, teachers. 

(To be paid at the rate of 
$5.00 per hour) 



Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School— Peggy 
Mack and Hilda G. Hewill, 
non-professional aides. 

Clarence R. Edwards Jun- 
ior High School — Patricia A. 
F e e n e y, non-professional 
aide. 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
High School — James Casey 
and Diane Bickford, non- 
professional aides. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes 
Junior High School — Jura 
Galinis and Daniel Burke, 
non-professional aides. 

Lewis Junior High School 
— John Davin and Booker 
DeVaughn, non-professional 
aides. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School— Kathleen E. 
Moloney and James Jack- 
son, non-professional aides. 

(To be paid at the rate of 
$2.00 per hour) 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— O. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teachers, to Title I — 
ESEA— Work Study Pro- 
gram, Project 6-035-051, at 
the salaries indicated, to 
take effect on the dates 
stated and to continue until 
Aug. 31, 1966, unless other- 
wise ordered: 

Boston Technical High 
School — John J. Gorman, 
junior master, as job coor- 
dinator-supervisor — $950.00 
per month of service, Mar. 
21, 1966. 

Clarence R. Edwards Jun- 
ior High — Joseph A. Bage, 
teacher, junior high, as 
teacher-coordinator (Joseph 
H. Barnes Junior High 
School)— $690.00 per month 
of service, Mar. 21, 1966; 
Francis J. Sullivan, teacher, 
special class, as teacher-co- 
ord i n a t o r — $714.00 per 
month of service, Mar. 21, 
1966. 



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Dearborn District — War- 
ren I. Brown, teacher, ele- 
mentary, as teacher-coordi- 
nator (Lewis Junior High 
School)— $834.00 per month 
of service, Mar. 21, 1966. 

Joseph H. Barnes Junior 
High School— Joseph L. Ip- 
polito, teacher, junior high, 
as Director, Work Study 
Program — $1085.00 per 
month of service, Mar. 14, 
1966. 

Mary E. Curley Junior 
High School— John B. Mo- 
ran, teacher, junior high, 
as t e a c h e r-coordinator — 
$810.00 per month of service, 
Mar. 21, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 

vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5. 
NAYS 0. 

A communication was 
received from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named supervisors and 
teachers to conduct RECRE- 
ATIONAL ACTIVITIES in 
ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 
under TITLE I— E.S.E.A.— 
Project #6-035-004 to take 
effect February 14, 1966 to 
June 10, 1966. 

The following supervisors 
will receive $6.50 per day: 

Virginia M. Arnold, super- 
visor of physical education, 
as supervisor 

Marie R. Cunningham, su- 
pervisor of physical educa- 
tion, as supervisor 

The following teachers 
will receive $4.00 per day: 

Bigelow District — John T. 
Prince, assistant principal, 
as teacher — Helen W. Cor- 
coran, teacher elementary, 
as teacher — William W. 
Wright, teacher elementary, 
as teacher — Peter J. Inge- 
neri, assistant principal, as 
teacher. 

Christopher Gibson Dis- 
trict — William J. McKenney, 
teacher elementary, as 
teacher — Thomas Cullity, 
teacher elementary, as 
teacher — Dorothy Stecker, 



teacher elementary, as 
teacher — Marjorie Garb, 
teacher primary, as teacher. 

Dearbbrn District — John 
D. Callahan, assistant prin- 
cipal, as teacher — Kenneth 
J. DeCosta, teacher elemen- 
tary, as teacher — Mary R. 
McGillicuddy, teacher pri- 
mary, as teacher — Joanne 
M. Shinnick, teacher elemen- 
tary, as teacher. 

Dillaway District — Wil- 
liam J. Connor, assistant 
principal, as teacher — -Bette 
A. Tatseos, teacher primary, 
as teacher — Charity M. 
Brunson, teacher primary, 
as teacher — Marjorie Duby, 
teacher elementary, as 
teacher. 

Dudley District — Serafino 
T. Melino, teacher elemen- 
tary, as teacher — Joseph F. 
Stanton, teacher elementary, 
as teacher — Mabel L. Reva- 
leion, teacher elementary, 
as teacher — James M. Sulli- 
van, teacher elementary, as 
teacher. 

Dwight District — Arthur 
G. Ahern, teacher elemen- 
tary, as teacher — Doris A. 
Warner, assistant princi- 
pal, as teacher — John J. 
Bradley, special instructor — 
woodworking, as teacher — 
Myrtle P. David, teacher 
primary, as teacher. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict — Charles G r i m 1 e y, 
teacher elementary, as 
teacher — Marie F. George, 
teacher special classes, as 
teacher — James Carney, 
teacher elementary, as 
teacher — Robert Bailey, 
teacher elementary, as 
teacher. 

Hyde (Asa Gray) District 
—Kathleen Snow, teacher 
elementary, as teacher — 
Robert A. Carson, teacher 
special classes, as teacher — 
Sara H. Houston, teacher 
primary, as teacher — Celes- 
tine Hall, teacher elemen- 
tary (provisional), as teach- 
er. 

Julia Ward Howe District 
— Patricia R. Armstrong, 
teacher elementary, as 
teacher — Joseph F. How- 
ard, teacher elementary, as 
teacher — John Bacci, teach- 
er special classes (provi- 
sion) , as teacher — Marcia 
H. McGinnes, teacher pri- 
mary, as teacher. 



MARCH 21, 1966 



73 



Norcross District — Mary 
F. Murray, teacher kinder- 
garten, as teacher — Joanne 
B. Rogers, teacher primary, 
as teacher — Catherine E. 
Donovan, teacher elemen- 
tary, as teacher — William 
J. Doran, teacher special 
classes, as teacher. 

Paul A. Dever District — 
Eldon W. Bouton, assistant 
principal, as teacher — Wil- 
liam G. Shea, counterpoise 
(temporary), as teacher — 
Patricia K. Ford, teacher, 
primary, as teacher — Caro- 
lyn C. Geiger, teacher pri- 
mary, as teacher. 

Phillips Brooks District — 
Daniel D. Walsh, teacher 
elementary, as teacher — 
Thomas M. Hand, teacher 
elementary, as teacher — 
Helen M. O'Connor, teacher 
primary, as teacher — Mau- 
reen A. O'Brien, teacher pri- 
mary, as teacher. 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — John W. Hannon, 
teacher elementary, as 
teacher — Anthony Macrina, 
teacher elementary, as 
teacher — Jo-Ann Ferrera, 
teacher elementary, as 
teacher — Sylvia Zimmer- 
man, teacher elementary, as 
teacher. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

DESIGNATIONS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Mar. 21, 
1966, reporting that he has 
made the following designa- 
tions of teachers, to serve in 
the positions indicated until 
such time as they shall be 
filled otherwise in accord- 
ance with the rules and 
regulations, but not beyond 
Aug. 31, 1966: 

Minot District — Dorothy 
H. Terry, teacher, elementa- 
ry, as acting assistant prin- 
cipal (vice Katherine S. 
Morgan, absent on leave), 
Jan. 31, 1966. 

Prince District — James S. 
Celeste, shop instructor, 
Dept. of Vocational Educa- 



tion and Industrial Arts, as 
acting assistant principal, 
Mar. 1, 1966. 

Solomon Lewenberg Jun- 
ior High School — Paul A. 
Connolly, teacher, junior 
high, as acting assistant 
principal, Mar. 1, 1966; Paul 
M. Donovan, assistant prin- 
cipal, as acting principal, 
Mar. 1, 1966. 

Theodore Lyman District 

— Edward J. T r a i n o r, 
teacher, elementary, as act- 
ing assistant principal, Mar. 
1, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

REPORT ON 
MARRIED TEACHERS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, reporting that in 
accordance with the pro- 
visions of Section 283 of 
the regulations, the follow- 
ing female teachers have 
reported that they were 
married on the dates 
stated: 

Girls' Latin School — Jane 
E. Hurley, teacher, high 
school, married Feb. 19, 
1966, new name Jane Hur- 
ley O'Connor. 

East Boston High School 

— Katherine F. Connell, 
teacher, high school, mar- 
ried Nov. 27, 1965, new 
name Katherine Connell 
Jackson. 

Jamaica Plain High 
School — Martha A. Walsh, 
teacher, high school, mar- 
ried Feb. 19, 1966, new 
name Martha Walsh Var- 
rell. 

Charles Sumner District 
— Gail Lancaster, teacher, 
primary, married June 26, 

1965, new name Gail Lan- 
caster Bickford. 

Michelangelo - Eliot - Han- 
cock District — Vilma M. 
Montenigro, teacher, ele- 
mentary, married Jan. 23, 

1966, new name Vilma Mon- 
tenigro Fuccillo. 

John Winthrop District — 
Ruth A. Neviera, teacher, 
elementary, married Feb. 
20, 1966, new name Ruth 
Neviera Nauyokas. 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — Lorena 
Scotten-Brigham, teacher, 
junior high, married June 
12, 1965, new name Lorena 
Brigham Faerber. 



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MARCH 21, 1966 



Rice-Franklin District — 
Evelyn B. Newman, teach- 
er, primary, married Jan. 9, 
1966, new name Evelyn 
Newman Raphael. 

Roger Wolcott District — 
Eleanor M. Zaia, teacher, 
elementary, married July 3, 
1965, new name Eleanor 
Zaia Palisi. 

Washington Allston Dis- 
trict—Audrey T Holmes, 
teacher, primary, married 
Feb. 19, 1966, new name 
Audrey Holmes Rodriques. 

Placed on file. 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTIONS 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
action of the School Com- 
mittee at the meeting of 
Feb. 28, 1966, authorizing 
Marguerite G. Sullivan, As- 
sociate Superintendent, to 
attend the State Depart- 
ment of Education Confer- 
ence, to be held in Am- 
herst, Massachusetts, Mar. 
20 to 23, 1966, inclusive, is 
hereby rescinded. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Robert 
F. Buck, Director, Business 
Education, is hereby au- 
thorized to attend the East- 
ern Business Teachers As- 
sociation Convention, to be 
held in New York City, 
Apr. 7 to 9, 1966, at an ex- 
pense to the city not to ex- 
c e e d ninety - five dollars 
($95). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered : 
ORDERED, That Mau- 
rice J. Downey, Director, 
Vocational Guidance, is 
hereby authorized to attend 
the American Personnel and 
Guidance Association Con- 
vention, to be held in Wash- 



ington, D. C, Apr. 3 to 6, 
1966, inclusive, at a cost to 
the city not to exceed one 
hundred and fifty dollars 
($150). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That John 
A. Tyrell, Director, Depart- 
ment of Science, be autho- 
rized to attend the 1966 
National Science Teachers 
Association Convention, to 
be held in New York City, 
Apr. 1 to 5, 1966, inclusive, 
at a cost to the city not to 
exceed one hundred thirty 
dollars ($130). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Martin 
Hunt, Robert Dever and 
Robert Murray, teacher- 
investigators, be authorized 
to attend the Forty-Fourth 
Annual Meeting of the Na- 
tional Council of Teachers 
of Mathematics, to be held 
in New York City, Apr. 13 
to 16, 1966, inclusive, funds 
to be paid out of Title I — 
ESEA funds. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, submitting in ac- 
cordance with the pro- 
visions of Section 3 of 
Chapter 274 of the Acts of 
1914, report of William G. 
Tobin, Associate Superin- 
tendent, on his attendance 
at the Great Cities Program 
for School Improvement 
RE: Public Law 874, held 
in Washington, D.C., Feb. 
1 and 2, 1966. 

Placed on file. 



MARCH 21, 1966 



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A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Mar. 21, 
1966, submitting, in accord- 
ance with the provisions of 
Section 3 of Chapter 274 of 
the Acts of 1914, report of 
Edward B. Leach, Director, 
Distributive Education, on 
his attendance at the Na- 
tional Retail Merchants As- 
sociation Convention, held 
in New York City Jan. 9 to 
13, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, submitting in ac- 
cordance with the provi- 
sions of Section 3 of 
Chapter 274 of the Acts of 
1914, report of Joseph F. 
Callahan, Project Director 
Neighborhood Youth Corps 
In-School Program, on his 
attendance at the Second 
Northeast Regional Spon- 
sor's Conference Neighbor- 
hood Youth Corps, held in 
New York City, Jan. 31 and 
Feb. 1, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
21, 1966, submitting in ac- 
cordance with the pro- 
visions of Section 3 of 
Chapter 274 of the Acts of 
1914, report of Arthur J. 
Sullivan, Head Master, 
Charlestown High School, 
on his attendance at the 
50th Annual Convention of 
the National Association of 
Secondary School Princi- 
pals, held in Cleveland, 
Ohio, Feb. 5, to 9, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

ELIGIBLE LISTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Board of 
Superintendents, under date 
of Mar. 21, 1966, transmit- 
ting a list of successful 
candidates of the examina- 
tions of December, 1965. 

These names do not con- 
stitute separate Eligible 
Lists, but should be in- 
serted in School Document 
No. 6, 1965 — Candidates 
Eligible for Permanent Ap- 
pointment as Teachers — at 
the places indicated by the 
respective ratings. 



1965 
EUdJBILITY OF CANDIDATES 
WHOSE NAMES APPEAR ON 
THIS LIST IS SUBJECT TO THE 
FILING OF THE REQUIRED 
CREDENTIALS 
IV HIGH SCHOOL— IV A HIGH 
SCHOOL CERTIFICATE 
ART 
x, ., „ Certificate 

Kating Name Exnires 

782 "*John J. Ma- -expires 

honey June 30. .969 

910 Harvey S. Leven- 

sohn June 30, 1969 

850 Kathleen M. Con- 
„„„ nelly June 30 1969 

828 Claire E. Bren- 

c ,„ nan „ ,, , June 30. 1969 

828 Joan E. Melan- 

ooi T? n ■ • „»■ t, June 30 - 1969 
824 Virginia M. Bren- 

oon na J^ ^ „, June 30- 19 f '9 

820 Libby F. Ginn June 30, 1969 

819 Diane F. Lakey June 30. 1969 
803 Renata Reichelt 

™., Jo ?eph June 30, 1969 

803 Arleen Isaacs 

™„ £ ah0 June 30, 1969 

796 Beverly N. 

__„ Morse June 30. 1969 

789 Lucille Procter June 30, 1969 
777 Everlena Russell 

Mitchell June 30, 1969 

763 Joyce E. McNutt June 30, 1969 
750 Milton Paleolo- 

■7 K n 1?^ , • „ . June 30 - 1969 

750 Madeleine E Le- 

tendre June 30, 1969 

BIOLOGY 

758 **Theodore R. 

„_„ Adams June 30, 1969 

870 Richard E. Bag- 

„„„ le y June 30, 1969 

862 Ruth M. Green June 30. 1969 

854 Cynthia M. Christ- 
mas June 30, 1969 

819 Paul M. Kelly June 30. 1969 

809 Robert C. Hay- 
den June 30, 1969 

804 Estelle H. Leve- 

tin June 30. 1939 

802 Alice T. Gibbons June 30, 1969 
787 Stephen M. Kane June 30, 1969 
777 Joseph W. Casey June 30. 1969 
750 Carolyn J. Lewis June 30, 1969 
BUSINESS EDUCATION 
BOOKKEEPING 

801 James J. Rowley June 30. 1969 
786 Thomas P. Row- 

„, ley June 30. 1969 

7S3 John D. Paine June 30. 1969 
756 Charles F. Mc- 

Gonagle June 30. 1969 

750 Wayne H. Dupont June 30.1969 

MERCHANDISING 
932 **Moysha L. Bal- 

kind June 30. 1969 

762 James J. Deve- 

ney June 30. 1969 

OFFICE PRACTICE 
792 John J. Connolly June 30. 1969 
750 Therese K. 

O'Neill June 30. 1969 

SHORTHAND AND TYPE- 
WRITING 

802 Kathleen Murphy 

Sullivan June 30, 1969 
781 Patricia G. 

Hicks June 30. 1969 

773 Victoria A. Ma- 

daras June 30, 1969 

772 Lorraine A. Es- 

terhill June 30. 1969 

CHLMISTRY 

897 Linnea C. Free- 
burg June 30. 1969 

852 Richard A. 

Russo June 30, 1969 

828 Anthony M. Lo- 

russo June 30. 1969 

ECONOMICS 

862 Charles E. Mc- 

Gowan June 30, 1969 

773 Martin J. Fass- 

ler June 30. 1969 

750 John F. Rowley June 30 1969 
EDUCATIONAL MEASUREMENT 
840 *John W. 

Hannon June 30, 1969 

836 **Francis D. 

Sacco June 30. 1969 

821 *» Joseph M. 

O'Neil June 30. 1969 

878 John LoConte June 30, 1969 
864 Elaine T. 

Shehade June 30. 1969 

862 Gerald F. Shea June 30. 969 
860 Muriel P. 

Carlson June 30. 1969 

774 Helen A. Cam- 
eron June 30, 1969 



76 



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ENGLISH 



807 **Francis B. 
Dunn 

804 "Thomas W. 
Killilea 

852 Josephine G. 
Murphy 

850 Eileen M. Con- 
nors 

848 Carol M. Shea 

827 Jane D. Reed 

826 Ellen G. Bowler 

825 Bernarlette B. 
McLaughlin 

819 Paul R. Wil- 
goren 

816 X'irginia A. Ear- 
ner 

812 Joanne M. 
Mathey 

811 Mary J. Struz- 
ziery 

811 Howard C. Edel- 
man 

799 Ruth A. Hurl- 

fcurt 
798 Frances A. Kelly 

795 Patricia M. 

794 Grace M. O'Neil 
793 Paul H. Merry 
788 Ruth P. Wein- 

ber 8 
786 Kathleen M. 

Keane 

785 Kay Parashes 

7S5 Maureen Flana- 
gan 

770 Joseph A. Lan- 
gone 

770 Wendy S. Jacob- 
son 

769 Mary C. Farrell 

767 Marilyn Epstein 

755 Rebecca C. 
Uiller 

755 Kevin P. O'Mal- 
ley 

753 Sue Herley Wa- 
silko 

750 Laurence A. Gil 
lis 

750 Carolyn J. Salto 



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FRENCH 

906 Marie E. Sullo June 30, 1969 
901 Rebecca A. 

Pierce June 30, 1969 

888 Julia M. Perrone June 30. 1969 
877 Maryellen Snyder 

Lowe June 30, 1969 

855 Marie Sinibaldi June 30, 1969 
853 Paula J. Rear- 

don June 30. 1969 

847 Susan E. Lewis June 30. 1969 
836 Mary-Louise 

Burke June 30, 1969 

835 Mary F. Davis June 30, 1969 
833 Cherie Gilman 

Lewenberg June 30, 1969 

827 Ruth R. Laudati June 30, 1969 
825 Rogette C. Abi- nrt „ 

zaid June 30, 1969 

822 Manuela D. Mais- 
trellis June 30. 1969 
820 Jeanne A. 

Delude June 30, 1969 

820 Paula M. White June 30, 1969 
813 Dennis J. Irish June 30. 1969 
812 Elisabeth Roberts 

Eaton June 30, 1969 

806 Ruth E. Berkel- 

hammer June 30, 1969 

803 Louise Aubunchon 

O'Hanley June 30, 1969 

798 Richard Barker June 30, 1969 
788 Charles J. 

Garvey June 30, 1969 

777 Dorothy M. Ber- 

ard June 30, 1969 

775 Joanne Zelda 

Malis June 30, 1969 

767 Sharryn E. Cline June 30, 1969 
765 Nancy D. Follans- 

bee June 30, 1969 

750 Eileen R. 

Mandel June 30, 1969 

GENERAL SCIENCE 
Rating Name Cert. Expires 

866 Clinton S. 

Ayres June 30, 1969 

774 John J. 

Garrity June 30, 1969 



GERMAN 

June, 30, 1969 



829 Alan H. Foster 
775 Lorraine A. 
Niemyski 



June 30, 1969 



HEALTH EDUCATION 
846 ** Josephine Miklas- 

iewicz Moynihan June 30, 1969 

HISTORY 
805 **Walter T. 

Griffin 
&99 Judith E. 

Marcovitz 
875 John A. 

Creedon 
856 Morris 

Rubinovitz 
837 James F 

Walsh 
8E3 Ella White 

Lombara 
815 Jacqueline M. 

Coates 

807 Christopher P. 
Conlin 

782 William E. 

Coffey 
776 Marylee A. 

Compton 
775 John D. 

O'Connor 
774 Marilyn F. 

Wuiff 
Y74 Millicent Wer- 

mont Silverstein 
766 Ruth A. Kelley 
765 William B. 

Martin 
761 Sheila A. 

Kelley 
758 Joseph D. 

Connors 
757 Adele Lieberman 
754 Gerald J. 

Johnson 
754 James M. 

Sullivan 
750 Vincent A. 

Pappalardo June 30. 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST— 
Re-Entrant 
837 Elise Nolan 

Garvey June 30, 1969 

HOME ECONOMICS 
CLOTHING 
874 Florence Moody 

Hayes 
824 Lucia Carolan 
756 Marylin C. 

Haley 

FOODS 
804 Marie A. Gavin 

LATIN 
799 **Vineent F. 

Jackmauh 

893 Elizabeth C. 
Dinn 

855 Paul W. 

Salterio 
842 Barbara Strack 

McEvoy 
822 Margaret A. 

Foley 
795 Deirdre G. 

Gavin 

MATHEMATICS 

894 George I. 
Goverman 

808 Joan M. Thorn 
SOI Ernest A. 



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June 30, 1969 



Green 
799 Edward D. 

Conway 
781 Linda M. 

Turner 
779 Edmund J 

Hill 
772 Joseph F. 

Thompson 
751 Thomas P. 

McNeil 
750 Daniel E. 

Rosen 



June 30. 1969 
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June 30. 1969 

MECHANICAL DRAWING 
911 Alfred E. 

Foulkes June 30. 1969 

PHYSICS 
783 Richard A 

Schwartz June 30, 1969 

781 Ruth E. 

Hartnett June 30. 1969 

750 Richard C. 

Murphy June 30. 1969 

SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT 
750 **Mary Mahoney 

Samaras June 30. 1969 

SPANISH 
847 Arlene F. Lavin June 30, 1969 
819 Marcello 

Scarsella June 30, 1969 

763 Paul R. 

Corrigan June 30. 1969 



MARCH 21, 1966 



77 



XXXIII. JUNIOR HIGH 




SCHOOL CERTIFICATE 




ART 








901 Harvey S. 








Levensohn 


June 3 


1969 


883 Renata Reichelt 








Joseph 


June 30 


1969 


873 Tracy Vantllburg 






Spates 


June 30 


1969 


855 Elyse K. Taylor 


June 30 


190!) 


854 Donna J. 








Litchfield 


June 


30, 


1969 


850 Eleanor T. 








Doherty 


June 30 


1969 


MS Claire E. 








Brennan 


June 3 


1969 


838 Kathleen M. 








Connelly 


June 3 


1969 


826 Diane F. Lakey 


June 


30, 


1969 


819 Arleen Isaacs 








Caho 


June 30 


1969 


788 Everlena Russell 








Mitchell 


June 30 


1969 


ENGLISH 






883 Anita Sadovitz 








Portman 


June 


30. 


H969 


879 Virginia A. 








Larner 


June 


30. 


1969 


858 Thomas F. Rey- 








nolds 


June 


30. 


1969 


850 Frances A. Kelly 


June 


30. 


1969 


S40 Lois A. Mark- 








ham 


June 


30. 


1969 


828 Kav Parashes 


June 


30. 


1969 


S24 Susan F. Baker 


June 


30. 


1969 


820 Eileen M. Con- 








nors 


June 


30. 


1969 


S18 Kathleen A. 








Canavan 


June 


30. 


1969 


808 Bernadette B. 








McLaughlin 


June 


30, 


1969 


808 Sheila T. Don- 








ovan 


June 


30. 


1969 


799 Christine F. 








Cuneo 


June 


30. 


1969 


784 Patricia C. 








Bellew 


June 


30. 


1969 


?81 Susan Payne 








Fradv 


June 


30. 


1969 


779 Beverly Elft- 








mann Bloomfield 


June 


30. 


1969 


771 Janet A. Cum- 








mings 


June 


30. 


1969 


770 Susan E. 








Rhodes 


June 


30. 


1969 


763 Philip E. Lyon 


June 


30. 


1969 


761 Madeline D. 








Stone 


June 


30. 


1969 


756 Kathleen M. 








McCarthy 


June 


30. 


1969 


755 Barbara A. 








Harding 


June 


30, 


1969 


750 Sandra E. Da- 








browski 


June 


30. 


1969 


750 James M. 








McNiff 


June 


30. 


1969 


FRENCH 






807 **John B. Ford 


June 


30. 


1969 


924 Jane E. O'Don- 








nell 


June 


30. 


1969 


899 Julia M. Per- 








rone 


June 


30. 


1969 


882 Bette S. Moses 


June 


30. 


1969 


880 Ronna S. Kap- 








lan 


June 


30. 


1969 


870 Marie Sinibaldi 


June 


30. 


1969 


866 Margaret E. Fer- 






movle 


June 


30. 


1969 


845 Ann I. St. 








Laurent 


June 


30. 


1969 


842 Nancy M. 








Thompson 


June 


30. 


1969 


841 Ruth R. Lau- 








dati 


June 


30. 


1969 


839 Georgette B. 








Deranev 


June 


30. 


1969 


828 Claire M. 








Biondo 


June 


30. 


1969 


818 Jane E. Carney 


June 


30. 


1969 


814 John R. Palmieri 


June 


30. 


1969 


801 Marie A. Gal- 








livan 


June 


30. 


19'69 


790 Linda Pragee 








Held 


June 


30. 


1969 


789 Elizabeth S. 








Jason 


June 


30. 


1969 


789 Bernadette M. 








O'Rourke 


June 


30. 


1969 


787 Muriel F. Wal- 








lace 


June 


30, 


1969 


78>7 Charles J. 








Garvev 


June 


30. 


1969 


786 Roger W. Toll 


June 


30. 


1969 


773 Maryclaire A. 








Mulcahv 


June 


30. 


1969 


766 Carol A. Tracy 


June 


30. 


1969 


GENERAL BUSINESS 




810 John F. Shields 


June 


30. 


1969 


796 James M. Dalv 


June 


30. 


1969 


750 Herbert P. Wil- 








kins 


June 


30. 


1969 



GEOGRAPHY 
815 John P. Wal- 

dron June 30. 1969 

811 Genevieve A. 

Sawlcz June 30. 1969 

750 Kenneth J. 

Hayes June 30. 1969 

HISTORY 

842 **Martin H. 

Rablnovitz June 30. 1969 

882 William E. 

Coffey June 30. 1969 

876 Stephen A. 

Hantman June 30. 1969 

862 Jacoueline M. 

Coates June 30, 1969 

8'61 Kenneth F. 

Renaud June 30. 1969 

838 Gerald J. John- 
son June 30, 1969 

826 Samuel D. Gold- 
berg June 30. 1969 

810 Mvrtleann Clark 

Westphal June 30. 1969 

806 John D. O'Con- 
nor Junee 30. 1969 

804 William B. 

Martin June 30. 1969 

802 Thomas F. Cav- 

anaugh June 30. 1969 

799 David W. 

Brown June 30. 1969 

795 Ruth A. Kelley June 30. 1969 
795 Frances Witty June 30. 1969 
791 Heather Lund- 

gren Flynn June 30, 1969 

789 James M. 

Martin June 30, 1969 

776 Deana C. Ru- 

vich June 30. 1969 

771 Stephen H. Fish- 
man June 30. 1969 

768 John S. 

Donoghue June 30. 1969 

762 Nunzio J. Bene- 

vento June 30. 1969 

765 William D. 

Bronski June 30, 1969 

753 Adele S. Lieb- 

erman June 30, 1969 

751 Susan E. Rod- 
ham June 30. 1969 

750 John Campana June 30. 1969 
HOME ECONOMICS 
CLOTHING 
872 Anne Cronin 

Tighe June 30. 1969 

849 Helen K. Laf- 

ferty June 30. 1969 

849 Catherine Ken- 

nev Murdock June 30. 1969 

814 Maurein A. 

Rose June 30, 1969 

FOODS 
890 Victoria Clen- 

denin deMoulpied June 30. 1969 
882 Helen Funk 

Cutler June 30, 1969 

859 Mary J. Mead June 30. 1969 
856 Bernadette Beat- 

ty Leber June 30, 1969 

851 Catherine R. 

Callahan June 30. 1969 

840 Ellen M. 

Driscoll June 30. 1969 

783 Ellen L. Jones June 30. 1969 
765 Grace M. Shea June 30. 1969 

LATIN 
858 Elizabeth C. 

Dinn June 30. 1969 

803 Eleanor L. 

O'Brien June 30. 1969 

777 John J. 

McGrath June 30. 1969 

MATHEMATICS 

Certificate 
Expires 



Rating Name 



7186 *Donald A. 

Regan June 30. 1969 

768 **Charles D. 

Libby June 30, 1969 

796 Eunice Leavitt 

Jones June 30, 1969 

791 Martin A. 

Lerman June 30. 1969 

776 Katherine A. 

Moloney June 30. 1969 

759 Lorraine F. 

Stigas June 30 ( 1969 

757 Rosalie Kings- 
ton June 30. 1969 
7/50 Frank J. Man- 

gino June 30, 1969 

SCIENCE 
852 **Edward G. 

Topalian 
757 **Conal C. 

Foley June 30, 1969 

904 Estelle H. 

Levetin June 30. 1969 

890 Clinton S. Avres June 30, 1969 
826 John J. Garrity June 30, 1969 



78 



MARCH 21, 1966 



825 Patrick J. „ „„„ 

Fasanello June 30. 196*9 

780 Arthur M. - 

Kullen June 30. 1969 

777 Nicholas J. „„ _„„„ 

Rubino June 30. 1969 

VIII ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. 
GRADES IV— VI CERTIFICATE 

797 **Lambrose A. _ „„„„ 

Pappas June 30. 1969 

790 **Lawrence R. 

Krueger June 30. 1969 

783 "Vincent C. „„„„ 

Campana June 30. 1969 

929 Bradley B. „„ _ inan 

Crawford June 30. 1969 

920 Jean M. Kilroy June 30. 1969 
916 Virginia A. 

O'Hara June 30. 1969 
915 Rosalind _„„„ 

Gromet June 30. 1969 

910 Judith A. „„ „„„_ 

Hunter June 30. 1969 

905 Rosemary M. 

Bennett June 30. 1969 

903 Elaine F. Pitts June 30, 1969 
900 Louise Quinn June 30. 1969 

890 Patricia M. 

Coppinger June 30. 1969 

887 Elizabeth V. 

Baublis June 30. 1969 

884 Ruth A. Cannon June 30. 1969 
881 Nancy E. Bogg June 30. 1969 
878 Joan E. ,„„„ 

Brambilla June 30. 19-69 

872 Virginia M. „ n „„ 

Murray June 30. 1969 

872 Vincent A. _„ 

Scaduto June 30. 1969 

866 Maryte T. T „. 1oe _ 

Grinkevicius June 30. 1969 

862 Donna M. 

McCarthy June 30. 1969 

860 Larraine 

Webber June 30. 1969 

859 Kathleen A. 

Heffernan June 30, 1969 

858 Betty J. 

Grossman June 30. 1969 

855 Marsha L. 

Edelman June 30. 1969 

853 Carol A. 

Murphv June 30. 1969 

853 Faith Corwin June 30. 1969 
862 Joanne 

Hirschfleld June 30. 1969 

852 Joseph A. Lee June 30. 1969 
851 Elaine Howe 

Nersasian June 30. 1969 

850 Lawrence J. 

Connolly June 30. 1969 

849 Eileen F. 

Naushton June 30. 1969 

848 Mary E. 

Petrone June 30. 1969 

846 Ann E. Griffin June 30. 1969 
846 Rosemary E. 

Fay June 30. 1969 

845 Florence Row- 
lands Biggs June 30. 1969 
844 Linda A. 

O'Learv June 30. 1969 

843 Frances D. 

Sumski June 30. 1969 

842 Gloria E. 

Razvad June 30. 1969 

842 Marv M. 

McGowan June 30. 1969 

841 Lorna M. Ross June 30. 1969 
841 Margaret M. 

O'Donnell June 30. 1969 

840 Diane E. Lee June 30. 1969 
840 Maureen L. 

Kane June 30. 1969 

838 Mary A. 

Adzarito June 30. 1969 

837 Patricia A. 

Atkinson June 30. 1969 

8S7 Helen H. 

Kallenberg June 30. 1969 

836 George J. 

Every June 30. 1969 

835 Alice I. 

Doherty June 30. 1969 

833 Paul E. Bowen June 30. 1969 
832 Marguerite L. 

Curley June 30. 1969 

832 Charles W. 

Lynch June 30, 1969 

831 Jane L. Frvdman June 30. 1969 
830 Virginia D. 

Neal June 30. 1969 

829 Nancy A. 

Mautner June 30. 1969 

828 Patricia A. 

Lewis June 30. 1969 

825 Mary L. Tocci June 30. 1969 
825 William T. 

Murray June 30. 1969 

824 Maryann E. 

Sanford June 30. 1969 

820 Janet P. 

Bergman June 30. 1969 



820 


Roberta V. 










Gingue 


June 


30. 


1969 


819 


Martin D. 










Levine 


June 


30. 


1969 


819 


Geraldine M. 










Gerah 


June 


30. 


1969 


817 


Linda J. Stone 


June 


30. 


1969 


816 


Nora M. 










Jackson 


June 


30. 


1969 


816 


Roberta Schwartz 








Holtzman 


June 


30. 


1969 


815 


Zandra Gelburd 


June 


30. 


1969 


815 


Pauline F. Mills 


June 


30. 


1969 


814 


Marv T. Kellv 


June 


30, 


1969 


813 


Ruth Fisher 


June 


30. 


1969 


813 


Rena M. Keller 


June 


30, 


1969 


813 


Jean M. Colton 


June 


30, 


1969 


813 


Marilyn D. 










Sargon 


June 


30. 


1969 


813 


James P. Hartel 


June 


30. 


1969 


812 


Carole R. 










Feldman 


June 3' 


1969 


812 


Patricia F. 










O'Brien 


June 


30. 


1969 


811 


Sandra Glassman 








Cohen 


June 


30, 


1969 


809 


Lois Crosseup 










Tomlin 


June 


30. 


1969 


808 


Barbara A. 










Thompson 


June 


30. 


1969 


807 


William P. 










Dever 


June 


30. 


1969 


807 


Frances L. 










Burton 


June 


30. 


1969 


805 


Frances M. 










Giuffrida 


June 


30. 


1969 


805 


Thomas P. 










Finneran 


June 


30, 


1969 


805 


James E. Kirk 


June 


30. 


1969 


805 


Paula L. 










Mondlick 


June 


30. 


1969 


804 


Elizabeth G. 










Harland 


June 


30, 


1969 


803 


Christina D. 










Clarke 


June 


30. 


1969 


802 


Virginia C. 










Chiampa 


June 


30. 


1969 


797 


Marilyn C. 










Terzi 


June 


30, 


1969 


797 


Harriet G. 










Levin 


June 


30. 


1969 


795 


Elaine A. 










Tortora 


June 


30. 


1969 


794 


Sharon Rosen 










Galler 


June 


30. 


1969 


794 


Catherine A. 










Carty 


June 


30. 


1969 


791 


James McGrane 


June 


30. 


1969 


791 


Darcv B. 










vonGal 


June 


30. 


1969 


791 


Frederick K. 










Berman 


June 


30. 


1969 


791 


Mary Burns 










Corcoran 


June 


30. 


1969 


791 


Susan M. 










Friedman 


June 


30, 


1969 


791 


Joan M. McKeor 


June 


30. 


1969 


790 


Gail M. Devine 


June 


30. 


1969 


789 


Carolyn E 










Spina 


June 


30. 


1969 


788 


Esther Maguire 










Fitzpatrick 


June 3 


1969 


788 


Nancy D. Green 


June 


30. 


1969 


788 


Philip R. 










Dushku 


June 


30. 


1969 


788 


Jane A. 










Dankmyer 


June 


30, 


1969 


787 


Maureen T. 










McCarthy 


June 


30. 


1969 


787 


Maryann E. 










Sheehan 


June 


30. 


1969 


786 


Robert E. Penta 


June 


30. 


1969 


786 


Alice M. Lunny 


June 


30. 


1969 


783 


Pamela H. 










Strong 


Junee 


30, 


1969 


783 


Dorothy M. 










Sheehv 


June 


30. 


1969 


782 


John B. Bishop 


June 


30. 


1969 


781 


Joanne F. 










Tolotska 


June 


30. 


1969 


781 


Marie A. 










Battista 


June 


30. 


1969 


779 


John C. Burns 


June 


30. 


1969 


779 


Marsha B. 










Lantner 


June 


30. 


1969 


778 


Marilyn D. 










Smvth 


June 


30, 


1969 


778 


Zelda S. 










Bilansky 


June 


30. 


1969 


777 


Paul A. 










Spellman 


June 


30. 


1969 


7177 


Brenda Conley 










Webster 


June 3- 


1969 


776 


Marv J. 










Drinkwater 


June 


30. 


1969 


775 


Carol A. Bene 


June 


30. 


1969 


773 


Judith A. Lane 


Junee 


30. 


1969 


773 


Daniel J. 










Connolly 


June 3i 


1969 


773 


James M. 










Galvin 


June 


30. 


1969 


772 


Ellen L. Lief 


June 


30, 


1969 


771 


Elizabeth L. 










Tosi 


June 


30. 


1969 



MARCH 21, 1966 



79 



June 30. lfl«9 

June 30. 19e9 

June 30. 1969 

June 30. 1969 

June 30. 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30. 1969 

June 30. 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30. 1869 



771 K.-iren R. 

Isenberg 
770 Geralillne L. 

Swartz 
767 Alda F. Evans 
7166 Elizabeth A. 

Kudika 
765 Louise 

Levingston 
763 Catherine M. 

Cooper 
759 Jane M. Smoot 
754 Harriet L. 

Sweig 
754 Roslvn Schwed 

Savitt 
753 Kathleen A. 

Orend 
752 Joan M. McGarry June 30, 1969 
751 Carol A. Falek June 30. 1969 
751 Lynda A. Clark June 30, 1969 
751 Carol A. Judzkie- 

wicz June 30. 1969 

750 Margery J. Sager June 30, 1969 
750 Brenda E. 

Corcoran June 30, 1969 

750 Arthur R. 

Swanson June 30. 1969 

750 Paul J. McGuire June 30. 1969 
750 Joseph C. Grace June 30. 1969 
750 Robert D. 

Morrison June 30. 1969 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST— 

Re-Entrant 

927 Marjorie M. Secor June 30. 1969 

VIII PRIMARY SCHOOL. GRADES 

I-III CERTIFICATE 



S63 
913 

902 

887 
886 

885 

881 

S76 

875 
874 

869 
868 
865 

863 
860 

S59 
859 

858 

857 
853 

851 

850 

849 

848 
S48 
848 

846 
845 
841 

841 

841 

840 

837 

837 

836 
836 
835 
S33 

831 

S31 

830 

830 

827 
825 

825 
S25 

825 

824 



"Isabel D. 

Lynch 

Marie C. Brod- 

erick June 30 1969 

Caroline A. Lee June 30.1969 

Judith M. Hedger June 30. 1969 

Kathleen M. 

Kelly 

Nancy M. 

O'Brien 

Barbara M. 

Donoghue 

Ellen Hayes 

Hodgkins 



June 30, 1969 



June 30. 1969 

June 30, 1969 
June 30, 1969 



June 30, 



1969 
1969 



Helen L. Cronin June 30, 
Ann Branch 
Bowen June 30, 1969 

Susan J. Quinn June 30, 1969 
Mary E. Ledwick June 30, 1969 
Claire M. Mc- 
Carthy June 30. 1969 
Janice C. Bakis June 30, 1969 
Barbara Mulkerrin 
Day June 30. 1969 
Ann M. Connolly June 30, 1969 
Catherine Brady 
Crowley June 30, 1969 
Patricia A. 

Miller June 30, 1969 

Joan W. Knight June 30 ,1969 
Marcia Lefavour 
Edgar June 30. 1969 

Barbara A. Quill June 30, 1969 
Eleanor I. 

Murphy June 30. 1969 

Jerilyn L. Mc- 
Laughlin June 30. 1969 
Reva S. Pockriss June 30, 1969 
Cynthia Tarbox June 30, 1969 
Charlene Haas 

Smythe June 30, 1969 

Alicia M. Golden June 30, 1969 
Janet E. Fleming June 30, 1969 
Lorraine M 

Bergeron June 30. 1969 

Lois A. Cannata June 30, 1969 
Francine Magri 
Charbonnier 
Charlotte A. 
Hunte 
Jeanette R. 
Bailet 

Maureen F. 
Leonard 



June 30, 1969 
June 30. 1969 
June 30. 1969 



June 30, 



Maria A Luongo June 30 
Barbara J. Sims June 30, 
Sheila M. Hurley June 30, 
Carole Cassidy 



1969 
1969 
1969 
1969 



A. 



June 30, 1969 



June 30. 1969 

June 30. 1969 
1969 



Baumgart 
Katharine 
Tomasello 
Elizabeth A 
Callahan 

Carol S. Sekelsky June 30 
Phyllis McCarron 
Wheeler June 30, 

Elaine M. Drew June 30, 
Elizabeth R. 
Crosby 

Alice M. Dillon 
Phyllis D. 
Kovacs 

Ann G. Mehr- 
hoff 

Mary J. Tom 
poski 



1969 
1969 



June 30. 1969 
June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 



824 Beverly E. 

Snyder June 30, 

823 Carol L. Baskin June 30, 
822 Katharine M. 

Kenny June 30, 

S22 Sarah A. Tosney June 30, 
821 Carole A. 

Parker June 30. 

«20 Eliz'ibi'ih F. 

Moloney Juno 30, 

820 Jacqueline Miller June 30, 
S20 Patricia A. Dulla- 

han June 30, 

S20 Pamela Berman 

Giller June 30, 

818 Elvira Vecchione 

June 30, 



June 30, 

June 30. 

June 30, 

June 30, 



June 30, 
June 30 
June 30, 
June 30, 



Artick 
817 Mary F. 

Donahue 
816 Mary C. 

Moroney 
815 Margaret C. 

Kinsella 
S14 Stephanie M. 

FitzGerald 
812 Geraldine Hass June 30, 
811 Joanne Hatzis June 30, 
811 Mary S. Jen- 
nings June 30, 
811 Kathleen M. 

Butler June 30 

809 Cynthia Schwartz 

Schwartz June 30, 

809 Susan F. Marion June 30, 
S08 Julia A. Hella- 

well June 30, 

808 Mary Barry 

Condon 
S07 Marjorie B. 

Ennis 
807 Frances M. 

Blumenthal 
806 Alice A. Mc 

Laughlin 
805 Sandra B. Scott June 30 
804 Carol J. Russell June 30, 
802 Judith E. Turtz June 30, 
802 Regina M. Mar- 

olini June 30. 

801 Jane A. Aronson June 30, 
801 Marjorie S. 

Elman June 30, 

800 Teresa J. Suhy June 30. 
800 Frances R. 

Doherty June 30, 

800 Sara C. 

Fischer June 30, 

800 Joanne Schaef- 

fer June 30, 

799 Jane F. 

Fleming June 30, 

799 Sheila M. 

Sennott June 30, 

799 Marie A. Seery June 30. 
799 Barbara L. Con - 

nolly June 30, 

798 Janet K. Bus- 

canera June 30, 

798 Nancy E. Hood June 30 
798 Charlotte H. 

Worrell June 30, 

797 Ruth L .Jasus June 30, 
797 Mary J. Mead June 30 
797 Carylann Doherty 

Lennon June 30, 

795 Kathleen M. 

White June 30, 

795 Jane D. Fannon June 30. 
795 Jane E. 

Greenspan June 30, 

793 Beverly F. 

Moran June 30, 

793 Arlene L. Guth June 30. 
792 Nancy L. 

Davidson 
79'2 Maureen A 

Carthy 
792 Karen L. 

Weisskopf 
792 Susan K. Fahey 
790 Bertha Harris 

Williams June 30, 

790 Mary M. Coyle June 30, 
790 Dorothy M. 

Brassil 
788 Carolann H. 

D'Amico 
788 Margaret A. 

Dooley 
788 Kathleen A. 

Brennan 



June 30, 
Mc- 

June 30, 



June 30. 
June 30, 



June 30, 
June 30, 
June 30, 



June 30, 



787 Loretta Montgomery 



James 
786 Jane Fink 
7S6 Ruth A. 

Neviera 
785 Ursula Paolini 

Mistretta 
785 Martha J. 

Shanley 
784 Joan F. 

Copeland 
784 Margaret A. 

Lewis 



June 30. 
June 30, 

June 30, 
June 30. 

June 30. 

June 30, 
June 30, 



i'ii;:, 
1969 

1969 
1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

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1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 
1969 
1969 

1969 

.1969 

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,1969 

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1969 

1962 
1969 

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1969 

1969 

1969 
1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 



80 



MARCH 21, 1966 



June 30, 
June 30, 
June 30, 
June 30. 
June 30, 



784 Mary R. 

Stapleton . June 30, 

782 Jean C. Moruzzi June 30, 
782 Phyllis C. 

Mooney 
782 Elizabeth A. 

Gorman 
782 Judith R. 

Noonan 
781 Patricia A. 

Misenti 
781 Margaret 0«- 

borne 
780 Sharon A. Band- 
low June 30, 
779 Mary J. Grega June 30, 
779 Deena G. Rice June 30, 
778 Roberta S. 

Goldstein June 30, 

778 Elaine L. T ,,„ 

Richman June 30, 

778 Laraine Rodney 

Engel June 30, 

777 Margo A. „„ 

Fontes „ „ June 30, 
776 Susan E. Sulla June 30. 
776 Frances M. 

Sherlock June 30, 

774 Millicent A. 

Diggs June 30, 

774 Nancy Bernstein 

Wexler June 30. 

773 Alma E. Wright June 30, 
772 Hannah B. Schnee- 

Der g June 30, 

771 Hara Mitkoff June 30, 
771 Maryellen Cal- 

lahan June 30, 

770 Mary B. Mag- 

lione 
770 Grace Dungee 

Caldwell 
769 Lida E. 

McMahon ..-•?■-' 

767 Sharyn R. Perkit June 30, 
766 Lynda G. .... 

Birnbaum June 3U, 

765 Marilyn F. 

Flavin „ June 30, 

765 Paula A. Barry June 30, 
764 Eileen McGrath June 30, 
763 Margaret Lock- 

June 30, 



June 30, 
June 30, 
June 30, 



June 30, 

June 30. 

June 30. 



man 
763 Maryellen 

Fleming 
762 Stephanie A. 

Lambert 
761 June Wadler 

Amsterdam 
761 Maureen S. Clark June 30. 
760 Mary Shelvey 

Connerney June 30, 

760 Nancy R. Waller- 
stein June 30, 
759 Anne V. Boden June 30, 
758 Jeanne M. 

Gemmel June 30, 

75£ Lorraine A. 

Skinner June 30, 

758 Susan Schulman 

Kirschenbaum June 30, 
758 Elizabeth Teaffe 

FitzPatrick June 30, 

757 Mary T. Kirk June 30, 
757 Ann Young June 30, 

756 Margery H. 

Feldman 
755 Elizabeth McLaughlin 

Teehan June 30, 

154 Patricia A. 

Scahill 
754 Marion R. 

Blackden 
753 Kathleen A. 

Cullotv 
753 Paula M. Howes June 30. 
753 Sara J. Burns June 30, 
753 Arlene Milgram June 30, 
753 Rita L. Castig- 

noli June 30, 

753 Susan Young June 30. 
752 Dalia Vakauzas 

Lizdenis June 30, 

751 Joan C. Piatt June 30, 

751 Pacqueline Garner 

Scott June 30, 

751 Helena Dwyer 

Burns June 30, 

751 Maureen B. 

Forde June 30, 

750 Mildred Thomas 

Doyle June 30, 

750 Jayne Chayet June 30, 
750 Celestine Manning 

Hall June 30, 

750 Judith Smith 

Lebow June 30, 

750 Barbara M. 

Azar June 30, 

750 Antonia M. Gig- 
Hello June 30, 
750 Judith A. Swee- 
ney June 30, 



June 30, 



June 30, 
June 30, 
June 30, 



1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 
1969 
1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 
1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 
1969 

1969 
1969 

1969 

1966 

1969 

1969 
1969 

1969 

1969 
1969 
1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 
1969 

1969 

1969 
1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 
1969 
1969 

1969 

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1969 

1969 
1969 
1969 
1969 

1969 
1969 

1969 
1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 
1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 

1969 



1969 



750 Judith H. Haz- 

man June 30. 

750 Marvellen P. 

Scannell June 30, 1969 

750 Alice Ohanasian June 30, 1969 
750 Caroyln M. Kel- 

ley June 30, 1969 

750 Mary L. Ford June 30, 1969 
750 Ellen J. Mc- 

Nulty June 30, 1969 

750 Nancy T. Mc- 

Clure June 30, 1969 

SUPPLEMENTARY LIST— 
Re-Entrant 
846 Gertrude O'Toole 

Sheehan June 30, 1969 

X KINDERGARTEN 
CERTIFICATE 
Rating Name Certificate Expires 
855 "Anne Quinlan 

Cronin June 30, 1969 

891 Cathleen Carrigan 

Macdonald June 30, 1969 

875 Francine J. 

Goldberg June 30, 1969 

860 Cecelia A. Shaw June 30, 1969 
854 Dorothy A. 

Dowgiallo 
820 Marie Cronin 

Reilly 
818 Tamar Chipkin 

Orvell 
818 Debra R. 

Lipnick 
818 Cornelia H. 

Funkhouser June 30, 1969 

816 Gladys Tennyson 

Essery June 30, 1969 

813 Philamena Catinella 

June 30, 1969 



June 30, 1969 
June 30, 1969 
June 30, 1969 
June 30, 1969 



June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 



Smith 
812 Jeanne M. 

Colleran 
804 Olga A. Larson 

800 Joan C. Cross 
793 Judith C. 

Manning 
793 Barbara A. 

Goltz 
789 Marie E. Sands June 30, 1969 
779 Frances Pearl 

Schaffer June 30, 1969 

773 Carol A. Taylor June 30, 1969 
772 Carole S. Stabile June 30, 1969 
772 Alice Richmond 

Hall June 30, 1969 

767 Rhoda Kfare 

Posner June 30, 1969 

761 Ruth Molta June 30, 1969 

754 Paula C. Snyder June 30, 1969 
XI SPECIAL: CERTIFICATES 

VALID IN DAY ELEMENTARY 

AND DAY JUNIOR HIGH 

SCHOOLS 

SHOP INSTRUCTOR 

Rating Name Cert. Expires 

824 **Daniel J. 

Parma June 30, 1969 

801 Thomas A. 

Gormley June 30, 1969 

758 Joseph M. Alpert June 30, 1969 

SPECIAL CLASSES 
786 **John C. Mathis June 30, 1969 
934 Susan Copman 

Harrison 
921 Ruth Forman 

Jacobson 
889 Vincent A. 

Scaduto 
888 Gail Buckley 

Eldridge 
861 Mary M. 

McGowan 
859 Diane E. Baker June 30, 1969 
859 Sheila A. 

Mclntire 
856 Nancy J. 

Horowitz 
855 Roberta A. 

Papalia 
847 Karen Leyland 
840 Virginia A. 

Ackley 
833 David W. 

Walker 
819 Roger D. Mazur June 30, 1969 
806 Sandra F. 

Lltvin June 30. 1969 

799 Ann Molan June 30, 1969 

795 Marybeth 

Willard 
792 Margaret A. 

Nichols 
786 Lucille A. 

Juralewicz 
783 John P. 

Hennessy 
781 Kathleen D. 

Doherty 
779 Walter Piatt 

774 Phyllis V. 
Tentoni 

772 Leo J. Raftery 

763 Jane G. Shuster June 30, 1969 

757 Joy A. Martin June 30, 1969 

755 Mary L. Holman June 30, 1969 



June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 



June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 



June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 

June 30, 1969 



MARCH 21, 1966 



81 



XXXI DAY AND EVENING 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS 

CIORTIKICATKS 

ARTS AND CRAFTS 

805 Anne E. Leonard June SO. 1969 

CARE OF HAIR AND SKIN 
922 Elsie Sylvia 

Santos June 30, 1969 

921 Elaine Remillard 

Rubaszko June 30, 19b9 

830 Madeleine Bernier 

Dunlav June 30. 1969 

ELECTRICITY 
775 **Robert F. 

Molloy June 30, 1969 

S79 Thomas P. 

Dalton June 30, 1969 

ELECTRONICS 
914 **John F. Logan June 30,1969 
893 **Myles W. 

Heaton June 30, 1969 

MACHINE DRAFTING 

800 * Arthur J. „ „„„ 
Workman June 30, 1969 

S05 "Robert N. 

Adams June 30, 1969 

MACHINE SHOP 
Rat ng Name Certificate Expires 
S79 *Leo T 

Mavrele's June 30. 1969 
S36 * Robert S. 

Lawrence June 30. 1969 
807 *Edwin T. 

Rudenauer June 30. 1969 

864 "Alfred L. ,„„„ 

Chabot June 30. 1969 

854 "Philip L. „„„ 

Pepin June 30, 1969 
S44 "Leonard A. 

Croteau June 30, 1969 

842 "Guy D. Lalli June 30. 1969 

S13 "Fiorindo D. <n/!n 

Gianvittorlo June 30. 1969 

801 "Daniel P. 

Boyle June 30, 1969 

796 "Pasquale A. 

Luongo June 30, 1969 

837 Charles F. 

Napierski June 30, 1969 

PRACTICAL NURSING 

S51 Kathleen A. „„„ 

Speer June 30. 1969 

785 Eileen M. Foley June 30, 1969 

XXXVI SCHOOL LIBRARIAN 

CERTIFICATE 

Rating Name Certificate Expires 
883 Mary Madden 

Carpenter June 30, 1969 

818 Mabel Sullivan 

Ryan June 30. 1969 

XXXVII DAY SCHOOL FOR 
IMMIGRANTS CERTIFICATES 
948 "Ruth Cox 

Gustin June 30. 1969 

926 Marion Connolly 

Gunning June 30. 1969 

879 Madeleine A 

Hern June 30, 1969 

XXXVIII PHYSICALLY 
HANDICAPPED CHILDREN 
CERTIFICATE 

926 Anne M. Keane June 30, 1969 
914 Mary Hernon 

Clarke June 30. 1969 

885 Eileen Donovan 

Hayes June 30. 1969 

880 Patricia C. 

Quinn June 30, 1969 

878 Rita Scanlon 

Rinella June 30, 1969 

866 Patricia G. 

Lesavoy June 30, 1969 

827 Laura Waitz 

Machlin June 30, 1969 

810 Constance Gough 

Stohn June 30. 1969 

775 Catharine Curley 

Garvin June 30, 1969 

XXXIX INSTRUMENTAL 

INSTRUCTORS STRING 

INSTRUMENTS 

805 "George M. 

Mack June 30, 1969 

816 Gertrude Rose 

Jonas June 30, 1969 

WOODWIND INSTRUMENTS 
823 "Donald W. 

Ritter June 30, 1969 

XXXX SPEECH AND 
LIPREADING CERTIFICATE 

Rating Name Cert. Expires 
835 Nanette Brizman 

Schneir June 30, 1969 
820 Lynn Bruckner 

Robison June 30. 1969 

819 Esther N. Pearl June 30. 1969 
801 Susan E. 

Weinstein June 30, 1969 
769 Jackelyn Schmerin 

Benjamin June 30, 1969 



XLI TEACHER OF READING 
CERTIFICATE 
861 * 'Joseph T. 

Casey June 30. 1969 

851 "Francis X. 

Ridge June 30. 1969 

829 ** Thomas J. 

Loftus June 30. 1969 

944 Hazelle D. 

Pltters June 30. 1969 

906 Margaret M. 

Dennlson June 30, 1969 

900 Hilda Cohen June 30. 1969 

896 Lillian Tate 

Rackliff June 30, 1969 

881 Marilyn C. 

Murphy June 30, 1969 

853 Gladys R. 

DeCosta June 30. 1969 

823 Kitty Belsky 

Bateman June 30. 1969 

809 Judith R. Dortz June 30, 1969 
798 Margaret L. 

McQuaJd June 30, 1969 

XLII GUIDANCE ADVISER 
CERTIFICATE 

811 *Robert J. „ .„„, 

Guarente June 30, 1969 

836 ** Joseph W. 

Sennott June 30, 1969 

796 "Francis D. 

Sacco June 30. 1969 
752 ** Cornelius A. 

O'Regan June 30, 1969 
950 Margaret Bowe 

Borggaard June 30,196^ 
890 Cornelius J. „„„ 

Holland June 30. 1969 

885 Catherine A. 

Gillis June 30. 1969 
844 Charles H. 

Gibbons June 30. 19«" 

832 Urve Virmastu June 30, 1969 
S23 Harvey S. 

Horwitz June 30, 1969 
819 Alice A. 

McLaughlin June 30, 1969 
808 Josephine „„„ 

Plovnick June 30, 1969 

797 Batbara Strack 

McEvoy June 30. 1969 

790 Alan Kaplan June30. 1969 

XLIII PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
CERTIFICATE 

883 Theodore E. „_ 

Kolow June 30. 19<=" 

880 Joyce S. Wong June 30, 1969 
841 Priscilla A. 

Lester June 30, 1969 

838 Carol A. 

Feathers June 30, 1969 

825 Jean E. Owens June 30, 1969 
805 Robert C. 

Martel June 30, 1969 

787 Frances Harris 

Ryce June 30, 1969 

768 Stanley T. 

Swartz June 30, 1969 

750 Richard E. 

Dowling June 30, 1969 

XLIV MUSIC EDUCATION 
(VOCAL) CERTIFICATE 
785 *James R. 

Howard June 30, 1969 

934 **Geno R. 

Rossi J™e 30. 1969 

905 Susan Godoy June 30 l"«n 

902 Mary P. Amlaw June 30. 1969 
876 Clifford M. 

Weeks June 30. 1969 

852 John A. Homsy June 30.1969 
835 Elaine M. 

Fafard June 30. 1969 

833 Joseph L. Hart June 30. 1969 
822 Linda Riddles 

Probeck June 30, 1969 

812 Wilma L. „ „„„ 

Schmalz June 30, 1969 

802 Mary Ellen Lee 

O'Connor June 30. 1969 

XXI SCHOOL NURSE 
CERTIFICATE 
915 Carol A. Guiney June 30, 1969 
896 Alice M. „„„ 

Noonan June 30. 1969 

880 Virginia Rollins 

Erlandson June 30, 1969 

867 Mary E. 

Gallagher June 30, 1969 

826 Virginia Small 

Partridge June 30, 1969 

755 Mollie Freedman 

Leverant June 30. 19RP 

*Disabled Veteran ** Veteran 

Placed on file. 



82 



MARCH 21, 1966 



APPOINTMENT OF 

SUPERVISORS OF 

ATTENDANCE 

Mr. Lee: Let me see if I 
have read Pages 5, 6, and 7 
correctly. Is that a separate 
name on the top of each 
page? There is a Page 5 
appointing three people, or 
is it just a list of three peo- 
ple? 

Mrs. Hicks: A list of 
three. 

Mr. Lee: What does Page 
5 do for us? 

Mr. O'Connor: There is 
no order for us? 

Secretary: No, because I 
don't know what the Com- 
mittee wants to do. 

Chairman: In effect, this 
is considered a list with five 
names on it, Mr. Lee, which 
is in three parts: Page 5, 
Page 6, and Page 7. 

Mr. Lee: That is a list of 
five names; is that right? Is 
that for information, or 
what is this for? 

Chairman: This list is pre- 
sented to the Committee in 
conjunction with a letter ad- 
dressed to the Superintend- 
ent signed by Mr. Barry re- 
questing that five more su- 
pervisors of attendance be 
appointed to this depart- 
ment. 

It's indicated in this letter 
—and I quote — that "at 
present we have two full- 
time vacancies in the At- 
tendance Department: Mr. 
Gerald A. Barry, who died 
January 18th, and Mr. The- 
odore C. McCarthy, whose 
retirement became effective 
February 28th. 

"It is further contemplat- 
ed to put two men on li- 
censed minors work at 
night. There is also another 
full-time vacancy coming up 
shortly. Mr. Sidney Barr is 
about to be put on as Dep- 
uty Commissioner of Proba- 
tion. He intends to take a 
leave of absence without 
pay as soon as his appoint- 
ment becomes definite. He 
expects that this will hap- 
pen sometime during next 
week." 

This letter is dated March 
1st. It is now March 21st. 
It is my understanding that 
the appointment has become 
definite. 

Further reading: "In ad- 
dition to these vacancies, 
Mr. James A. Sullivan is 
presently confined to St. 



Elizabeth's Hospital. I do 
not know what his future is 
going to be. 

"Very truly yours, Henry 
F. Barry, Head Supervisor 
of Attendance." 

So this has prompted the 
request for the list bearing 
five names to fill five posi- 
tions which the director of 
this department indicates 
should be filled. 

Mr. O'Connor: Mr. Chair- 
man, speaking on this, I see 
two vacancies there, but the 
two positions that he wants 
to create are for licensed 
minors' work at night. I 
think I was very strong in 
eliminating those men or 
putting them somewhere 
else because I couldn't see 
where there would be any 
licensed minor work at 
night. I don't know where 
you could find a licensed 
minor around at night, and 
so I really must say I would 
object strongly to filling va- 
cancies that I was very 
strong in having eliminated 
a couple of years ago. 

Then, of course, the fifth 
one that you refer to is con- 
fined to the hospital. 

My recommendation would 
be, Mr. Chairman, to ap- 
point two because that is 
really the only honest-to- 
goodness vacancy you have, 
and then as these others de- 
velop, fill the jobs. That 
would be my recommenda- 
tion. 

Chairman : Any further 
comments? 

Mr. Lee: Yes, Mr. Chair- 
man. Is it in order to move 
the appointment of the first 
two on this list to fill the 
existing vacancies? 

I would then have in mind 
to fill the third vacancy that 
is anticipated when it oc- 
curs. Start with the first 
two. Take this in sections, 
in other words, Mr. Chair- 
man, both in terms of time 
and in terms of names. Fill 
the ones for which the way' 
is cleared now, and take up 
the others as the way is 
cleared for them later. 

Chairman : The way seems 
to be cleared if we are to 
attach any credence or any 
weight to the letter and 
thus the opinion of the head 
supervisor of attendance 
who has indicated that there 
is a need for two men on li- 
censed-minor work at night. 



MARCH 21, 1966 



83 



Now, 1o respectfully reply 


Chairman: The five addi- 


and contradict Mr. O'Con- 


tional supervisors are the 


nor, I think it's a matter of 


point of reference to it. 


common knowledge: All one 


Mr. O'Connor: He says "it 


has to seek at night is a 


is requested." My point is: 


newspaper and one can 


Who is "it"? In other words, 


readily observe many boys 


it seems to me if I were 


selling the same corner after 


writing that letter I would 


corner in the City of Boston 


say, "I request that five 


at night. 


more supervisors of attend- 


I can't question Mr. Bar- 


ance be appointed to this de- 


ry's judgment in this mat- 


partment," and he doesn't 


ter. He is on top of the op- 


say that. He says, "It is re- 


eration of his department, 


quested that five more su- 


and I place significant 


pervisors be appointed." 


weight on his opinion. 


Chairman: I am afraid 


This is a very important 


that I would have to inter- 


department, Mr. Lee. You 


pret it as being, "It is re- 


have indicated this, I think, 


quested by me that five 


quite eloquently and driven 


more supervisors be appoint- 


it home quite well in the 


ed." 


past: That the function of 


It is obvious that he is the 


this department is crucial 


writer of the letter, unless 


and vital and very meaning- 


we have some good forgers 


ful to the functioning of 


in the system. 


public education, and I 


Mr. O'Connor: I don't 


would hope that in view of 


think you generally request 


this that we pay proper heed 


yourself to do something. 


to Mr. Barry's recommen- 


You just say that "I recom- 


dation. 


mend." You wouldn't say "it 


He indicates that Mr. 


is requested." 


Barr is about to be put on 


Then again, of course, I 


as Deputy Commissioner of 


know that we have never in 


Probation. Well, Mr. Barr 


practice, as far as I know, 


has been appointed a Dep- 


appointed when vacancies 


uty Commissioner. This let- 


don't exist or people are out 


ter was written on March 1, 


on leave of absence or they 


and I believe it was the 


are ill. We generally let Mr. 


week after, as Mr. Barry in- 


Barry fill in a temporary, 


dicates, that Mr. Barr was 


but you don't fill an appoint- 


appointed. 


ment where a vacancy does 


He hasn't officially, to my 


not exist, where a person is 


knowledge, requested a 


even sick or on leave of ab- 


leave of absence, although I 


sence. 


understand that this is very 


I remember we carried 


definitely his intention, and, 


Mr. Foster for years when 


as a matter of fact, Mr. Bar- 


he was out on leave of ab- 


ry has asked him to do so 


sence, and we never filled 


with his concurrence. This, 


his job until he retired or 


for all practical purposes, is 


resigned. 


a vacancy. 

Mr. Sullivan is in St. Eliz- 
abeth's Hospital. The nature 
of the disease indicates that 
his absence is going to be 
quite extensive. 

Mr. Lee: Since you didn't 


Chairman: I don't think 
because that vacancy was 
tolerated, Mr. O'Connor, it 
was necessarily properly tol- 
erated. I think it's one that 
should have been filled. 


rule out my motion, I move 


As a matter of fact, I 


we appoint the first two 


think that Committee was 


names on the list. 


requested to fill it and voted 


Chairman: I amend that 


not to. I am proud to say I 


so as to make it five instead 


tvas one of those members 


of two. 


tvho voted to fill it. 


Mr. O'Connor: Speaking 


This is a department 


on the motion, could I ask 


Which formerly was much 


a question, Mr. Chairman? 


larger than it presently is. 


Mr. Barry's letter said "it 


As I understand it, there 


is requested." Well now, 


were two men at one time 


whom does he mean by 


or more who were assigned 


that? He doesn't request it. 


to the business of supervis- 


He says, "It has been re- 


ing the work of minors at 


quested." 


night. 



84 



MARCH 21, 1966 



I think it's always easy to 
go to these non-academic 
departments which aren't 
too glamorous in function 
and scope and try to cut 
corners economically there, 
and it seems always to be 
unpopular to take a position 
in favor of filling vacancies 
or expanding the services of 
a most vital department. 

Mr. O'Connor: All I would 
say is that the Committee a 
few years back decided to 
eliminate those two posi- 
tions because they didn't 
*hink they were necessary. 

May we have a vote on 
Mr. Lee's motion or your 
amendment, rather? I don't 
want to prolong this issue, 
Mr. Chairman. 

Chairman: Call the roll. 

Secretary: On the ap- 
pointment of five. 

Mr. Lee: On the amend- 
ment. 

Secretary: That is the 
amendment: Five supervis- 
ors of attendance. 

(Rollcall:) 

Mrs. Hicks: No. 

Mr. Lee: No. 

Mr. McDonough: Yes. 

Mr. O'Connor: No. 

Chairman: Yes. 

Chairman: On the motion, 
the main motion. 

Secretary: On the ap- 
pointment of two. 
(Rollcall:) 
Mrs. Hicks: Yes. 
Mr. Lee: Yes. 
Mr. McDonough: Yes. 
Mr. O'Connor: Yes. 
Chairman: Yes. 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing named persons, certi- 
fied as eligible by the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, be ap- 
pointed to the position of 
Supervisor of Attendance, to 
take effect on the dates in- 
dicated: 

Robert E. Stuke, Jr. — 
April 1, 1966. 

Paul J. Sullivan — March 
23, 1966 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



DEPARTMENT OF 
MUSIC EDUCATION 
The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Lau- 
rence Callum, Peter W. G. 
Feldman, David Neville, and 
Craig H. Yorke, Boston Lat- 
in School; William A. Ad- 
ams and Frank O. Sunder- 
land Boston Technical High 
School be authorized to rep- 
resent the Boston Public 
Schools at the Massachu- 
setts Music Educators Con- 
ference in Fitchburg, March 
31, April 1 and 2, 1966, and 
that supervisors be author- 
ized to accompany them, at 
a total cost to the city not 
to exceed one hundred and 
nineteen dollars ($119). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

PROMOTION, OFFICE OF 
BUSINESS MANAGER 
The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That, John E. 
McGee, certified as eligible 
by the Division of Civil 
Service, be promoted to the 
position of Head Account 
Clerk, Office of the Business 
Manager, to take effect 
March 17, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor, and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

RE-EVALUATION 
OF RATED LIST 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following : 

ORDERED, That the list 
of persons eligible for ap- 
pointment as principals es- 
tablished in April 1964 be 
re-evaluated into one list 
and that no credits acquired 
after April 1964 be consid- 
ered in this re-evaluation. 

Mrs. Hicks: May I speak 
with regard to the motion? 

I certainly want to see the 
lists merged, but I do feel 
that they should be merged 
without the re-evaluation, so 
I will vote No. 

Mr. Lee: Yes. 

Mr. McDonough: No. 



MARCH 21, 1966 



85 



Mr. O'Connor: I want to 
just make the comment that 
it was very clearly estab- 
lished in our discussion on 
this that when the lists were 
evaluated originally they 
were evaluated on the basis 
of separate and distinct lists. 
The men on the men's list 
were evaluated one with the 
other. The women on the 
women's list were evaluated 
one with the other. How- 
ever, in no case, according 
to our assistant superin- 
tendents who conducted 
that, were the women com- 
pared with the men. 

So therefore I feel very 
strongly in fairness to all 
parties concerned that we 
should do this: Let the men 
now be evaluated and com- 
pared with the women and 
come up with one list. So I 
am voting Yes for the order. 

Mr. Eisenstadt: Yes. 



TRANSFER TO 
SUPPLY ROOM 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That, with 
the approval of the Division 
of Civil Service and the con- 
sent of the department con- 
cerned, James J. Copell, 
Public Works Department 
Laborer and temporary Mo- 
tor Equipment Operator and 
Public Works Laborer, be 
transferred to the position 
of Stores Delivery Man, Of- 
fice of the Business Manager 
(Supply Room), to take ef- 
fect March 16, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 
The Committee adjourned. 
Attest: 

EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary 



City op Boston 
Printing o^^^e Section 



MARCH 28, 1966 



87 



CITY 01- BOSTON 
Proceedings of School Committee 

Mar. 28, 1966 
A conference of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston was held in 
the Administration Build- 
ing, 15 Beacon Street, Bos- 
ton at 7 : 22 p. m., and re- 
cessed at 8:30 p. m. Ex- 
ecutive session began at 
8:40 p. m., and adjourned 
at 9:30 p. m. The Confer- 
ence resumed at 10:09 
p. m., and adjourned at 
11:04 p. m. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building a t 
10:00 p. m., and recessed 
at 10:08 p. m., the meeting 
resumed at 11:05 p. m., and 
adjourned at 12 p. m. 

Present : Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

RE-ELECTION OF 
SUPERINTENDENT 

Chairman: Now the rules 
of the School Committee, 
Chapter 1, Section 5, para- 
graph 1, reads as follows: 

"The Superintendent shall 
be elected during the month 
of April 1960 and in the 
month of April in each sixth 
year thereafter and shall 
hold office for a term of six 
years from the first day of 
September in the year of 
his election provided that 
his employment shall termi- 
nate on the 31st day of 
August next following his 
70th birthday." 

In order to pave the way 
for the re-election of Super- 
intendent Ohrenberger, who 
was appointed to fill the un- 
expired term of his prede- 
cessor, Dr. Frederick Gillis, 
I will now as Chairman move 
for the suspension of this 
regulation and hope and, I 
think, feel confident that the 
Committee will join me in 
^rantin? to the Superinten- 
dent a unanimous vote of 
confidence and approval for 
the effective, energetic, high- 
ly competent, imaginative 
job that he has performed 
in his role as Superintendent 
Df Schools. 



Mrs. Hicks: Mr. Chair- 
man, speaking on thai I 
have placed on the agenda 
the appoint monl of Superin- 
tendent. I had asked that 
this appointment be put 
first on our agenda for to- 
night so I am glad that even 
though you placed it as the 
22nd item, it is being 
brought before the Com- 
mittee. 

And I certainly would join 
you in placing his name in 
nomination because I think 
that Superintendent Ohren- 
berger has certa'nly proved 
himself to be an outstand- 
ing educator and a highly 
efficient administrator, and 
I think we should proceed 
at once so that we may 
place his name in nomina- 
tion and elect him. 

Mr. O'Connor: Mr. Chair- 
man, is that agreeable to 
the Superintendent? 

Superintendent: It is a 
week ahead of time. 

Mr. Chairman and Mem- 
bers, I certainly am grateful 
to the Committee for this 
consideration and I certain- 
ly will have something to 
say after I hear a roll. 

Chairman: There is a 
motion to suspend the reg- 
ulation. 

Mr. O'Connor: I'd be de- 
lighted to make that mo- 
tion to suspend the regula- 
tion to get such a high 
quality, fine, expert gentle- 
man alongside of me for 
the next six years. 

(Roll call:) 

Mrs. Hicks: Yes. 

Mr. Lee: Yes. 

Mr. McDonough: Yes. 

Mr. O'Connor: Yes. 

Chairman: Yes. 

Mrs. Hicks: It is now my 
pleasure to place the name 
of William H. Ohrenberger 
in nomination for re-elec- 
tion to the position of Su- 
perintendent of the Public 
Schools. 

(Rollcall:) 

Mrs. Hicks: Mr. Ohren- 
berger. 

Mr. Lee: Mr. Ohren- 
berger. 

Mr. McDonough: Mr. 
Ohrenberger. 

Mr. O'Connor: Well, you 
know, it's awfully hard to 
just say Yes; I have known 
him for so long and so well, 



88 



MARCH 28, 1966 



and he is doing such a 
splendid job and is scholas- 
tically superior. 

I'd be delighted to vote 
for him. 

Chairman: I could say 
WHO because every day I 
see something on my desk 
with the initials WHO on 
them, but I think I will 
spell it out this time and 
utter for the record, and 
proudly, William H. Ohren- 
berger. 

Mr. Chairman and Mem- 
bers, I want to thank the 
Committee for this vote of 
confidence. 

I am sure you all know 
what a real thrill it is for 
me to have the honor to 
serve this great school sys- 
tem as its superintendent. 

I humbly accept this as- 
signment again and rededi- 
cate myself to bring to Bos- 
ton the best possible educa- 
tion for the children of all 

My gratitude to you all. 
(Applause) 

ANNUAL 
APPROPRIATIONS, 
LAND AND BUILDINGS 
The following communi- 
cation was presented: 
CITY OF BOSTON- 
DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
480 BOYLSTON STREET, 
BOSTON, MASS. 02116 
March 25, 1966 
Mr. Edward J. Winter 
Secretary, School Commit- 
tee of the City of Boston 
15 Beacon Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 

Dear Mr. Winter: 

As of this date, the Board 
of Commissioners of School 
Buildings received the fol- 
lowing proposed order in 
order to make a report to 
the School Committee: 

ORDERED, That in ac- 
cordance with the provi- 
sions of Chapter 224 of the 
Acts of 1936, as amended 
by Chapter 117 of the Acts 
of 1949 and Chapter 786 of 
the Acts of 1963, the fol- 
lowing appropriations are 
hereby made to meet the 
estimated cost of "con- 
struction and furnishing of 
new school buildings, both 
temporary and permanent, 



including the taking of land 
therefor, and for school 
yards and the preparing of 
school yards for use, and 
for rent of hired school ac- 
commodations'' for the fis- 
cal year 1966. 

LAND AND BUILDINGS 
Salaries $100,000.00 

Rental of Hired 

Accomodations 50,000.00 

Land for: 
New Vocational High 
& Technical Inst. 
Albert Palmer/ 
Aaron Davis 
replacement 
Thomas N. Hart/ 
B. Dean 
replacement 559,825.37* 

TOTAL $709,825.37** 

* Please notee that amount of 
$559,825.00 should read $559,- 
825.37 

** The above sum of $709,825.- 
00 (which should read $709,825.37) 
appropriated for land and build- 
ings is obtained as follows: 
From Statutory 

allowance $709,631.00 

Balance foi re- 
appropriation 194.37 

Total $709,825.37 

At a meeting of the Board 
of Commissioners of School 
Buildings, held this date, it 
was voted to report favor- 
ably on the above proposed 
order in the amount of $709,- 
825.37. 

This action by the Board 
of Commissioners of School 
Buildings has been taken 
under the provisions of Sec- 
tion 7 of Chapter 351 of the 
Acts of 1929. 

Very truly yours, 
BOARD OF COMMISSION- 
ERS OF SCHOOL BUILD- 
INGS 

By JOSEPH F. FEENEY, 
Chairman 

Placed on file. 

ESTIMATED TOTAL AMOUNT 

AVAILABLE FOR 
APPROPRIATION FOR LAND 
AND BUILDINGS— 1966 
Amount available un- 
der provisions of 
Chapter 224 of Acts 
of 1936, as amended 
by Chapter 117 of Acts 
of 1949 and Chapter 
786 of Acts of 1963. 
viz., $.50 on each 
$1000 of the average 
valuation $709,631.00 

Unexpended balance. 
1965 194.37 

Total amount available 
for appropriation $709,825.37 

Placed on file. 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following: 

ORDERED, That in ac- 
cordance with the pro- 
visions of Chapter 224 of 
Acts of 1936, as amended 
by Chapter 117 of Acts of 
1949 and Chapter 786 of 
Acts of 1963, the following 
appropriations are hereby 
made to meet the esti- 



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mated cost of "construc- 
tion and furnishing of new 
school buildings, both tem- 
porary and permanent, in- 
cluding the taking of land 
therefor, and for school 
yards and the preparing of 
school yards for use, and 
for rent of hired school ac- 
commodations" for the fiscal 
year 1966: 

LAND AND BUILDINGS 

Item 1. Administration 

Expenses, Salaries $100,000.00 

Item 2. Rent of Hired 

Accomodations 50,000.00 

Item 3. Omitted 

Item 4. Omitted 

Item 5. Land for: New 

Vocational High and 

Technical Institute, 

Albert Palmer/Aaron 

Davis replacement, 

Thomas N. Hart/ 

Benjamin Dean 

replacement 559,825.00 



Totals 



$709,825. 00 



On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS. 

The following communi- 
cation was presented: 



CITY OF BOSTON- 
DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
480 BOYLSTON STREET, 
BOSTON, MASS. 02116 

March 25, 1966 

Mr. Edward J. Winter 
Secretary, School Commit- 
tee of the City of Boston 
15 Beacon Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 
Dear Mr. Winter: 

As of this date, the Board 
of Commissioners of School 
Buildings received the fol- 
lowing proposed order for a 
report by the Board: 

ORDERED, That in ac- 
cordance with the provi- 
sions of Chapter 224 of the 
Acts of 1936, as amended 
by Chapter 117 of the Acts 
of 1949 and Chapter 786 of 
the Acts of 1963, the fol- 
lowing appropriations are 
hereby made to meet the 
estimated cost of "altera- 
tions and repair of school 
buildings and for furniture, 
fixtures, and means of 
escape in case of fire, and 
for fire protection of exist- 
ing buildings, and for im- 
proving existing school 
yards" for the fiscal year 
1966: 



Al Salaries 

A2 Workmen's Compensation 

A3 Retired Veterans' Roll 

B Administration expenses other than salaries 

O Alterations, furniture and equipment 

for special educational needs 
E General alterations and repairs 



5400,000.00 

500.00 

50,000.00 

30,000.00 

200,000.00 
1,790,300.00* 

$2,470,800.00*' 



TOTAL 

* Note: This amount should read $1,790,300.59 
** Note: This amount should read $2,470,800.59 

This amount of $2,470,800.59 is provided as follows: 

From $1.70 tax levy $2,412,747.00 

From 1965 balances: — 

Al Salaries $5,807.46 

Workmen's Compensation 418.75 

Retired Veterans' Roll 11,600.75 

Administration expenses 

other than salaries 1,388.31 

Alterations, furniture and 
equipment for special 

educational needs NONE 

General Alters. & Repairs 38,838.32 



A2 
A3 
B 



E 



58,053.59 



TOTAL $2,470,800.59 

At a meeting of the Board of Commissioners of School Buildings, 
held this date, it was voted to report favorably on the above appropria- 
tion order in the amount of $2,470,800.59. This action by the Board 
has been taken under the provisions of Section 7 of Chapter 351 of 
the Acts of 1929. 

Attached is a schedule showing the distribution of the amount of 
$2,470,800.59 by budget designations. 

Very truly yours, 
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
JOSEPH F. FEENEY, Chairman 



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A-l 

A-2 

A-3 

B 

C 

E 

1. 

2. 
3a. 
3b. 
3c. 
4a. 
4b. 

5. 
6a. 
6b. 
7a. 
7b. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12a. 
12b. 
13. 

a. 

b. 

c. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 

20. 
21. 



Final Estimates 
For Alterations and Repairs 
for 1966 
Salaries 

Workmen's Compensation 
Retired Veterans' Roll 

Administration expenses other than salaries 
Alterations, furniture and equipment for special 
educational needs 

General alterations and repairs : — 
Productive work by pupils 



etc. 



Upkeep of structural plant 
Replacement of broken glass 
Screens and grilles 
Fire escapes, new and repair 
Fire alarm maintenance 
Care of school grounds 
Furniture, new and replacement 
Furniture, repair and refinish 
Shops 

Lunchrooms 

Window shades, auditorium drapes, 
Painting 

Plumbing systems, upkeep 
Heating and ventilating systems, upkeep 
Electrical systems, upkeep 
Gas systems, upkeep 
Special equipment: 
Home economics 
Vocational educational 
School hygiene 
Elevators, upkeep 
Lockers, new and repair 
Trucking and expressage 



Modernization of plumbing systems 

Modernization of heating and ventilating 

systems 

Modernization of electrical systems 

Roofing 



$ 5,000.00 

357,800.59 
112,000.00 
40,000.00 
30,000.00 
30,000.00 
60,000.00 
95,000.00 
95,000.00 

3,000.00 

30,000.00 

300,000.00 

130,000.00 

185,000.00 

80.000.00 

8,000.00 

2,000.00 
7,500.00 
1,000.00 
9,000.00 
50,000.00 
20,000.00 

30,000.00 

30,000.00 
10,000.00 
40,000.00 



$2,412,747.00 



A2 



A3 



Total 
The amount of $2,470,800.59 is provided 
for as follows: — 
From Tax Levy 
From balances from 1965: 
Al Salaries $5,807.46 

Workmen's 

Compensation 418.75 

Retired Vet- 
erans' Roll 11,600.75 

Administration 

expenses other 

than salaries 1,388.31 

Alterations, 

furniture and 

equipment for 

special needs None 

General alterations 

and repairs 38,838.32 



E 



Total 
Placed on file. 



58.053.59 
$2,470,800.59 



$430,000.00 

500.00 

50,000.00 

30,000.00 

200,000.00 



1,760, 300. 5» 



$2,470,800.59 



ESTIMATED TOTAL AMOUNT AVAILABLE FOR APPROPRIATION 

FOR ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS 1966 

Amoi.nt available under the provisions of Chapter 224 of 
Ac ^ s 9L 1936 - as amended by Chapter 117 of Acts of 1949 

* 1 n< L£ n! i pter 786 of Acts of 1963 - vlz -> $1-70 on each 
3.1,000 of average valuation $2,412,747.00 

Unexpended balance, 1965 58 053.89 

Total amount available for appropriation $2,470,800.89 

Placed on file. 



Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following : 

ORDERED, That in ac- 
cordance with the pro- 
visions of Chapter 224 of 
Acts of 1936, as amended 
by Chapter 117 of Acts of 
1949 and Chapter 786 of 
Acts of 1963, the following 
appropriations are hereby 



made to meet the esti- 
mated cost of "alteration 
and repair of school build- 
ings and for furniture, fix- 
tures and means of escape 
in case of fire, and for fire 
protection of existing build- 
ings and for improving ex- 
isting school yards" for the 
fiscal year 1966: 



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91 



ALTERATIONS AND 


REPAIRS 


A. 


Administration 
Expenses 
1. Salaries 






$400,000.00 




2. Workmen's 






Compensation 


500.00 




3. Retired Veterans' 






Roll 


50,000.00 


B. 


Administration 
Expenses other 






than salaries 


30,000.00 


C. 


Alterations, 
Furniture and 
Equipment for 
Special Educa- 










Needs 


200,000.00 


D. 


General Altera- 
tions and 






Repairs 


1,790,300.00 



Total $2,470,800.00 

On roll call, the order passed by 

the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. Lee, 

McDonough, O'Connor and Eisen- 

stadt — 5. 
NAYS— 0. 

ESTIMATED TOTAL AMOUNT 
AVAILABLE FOR 
APPROPRIATION FOR 
GENERAL SCHOOL 
PURPOSES — 1966 
Amount available under the pro- 
visions ot Chapter 224 of Acts 
of 1936, as amended by Chapter 
117 of Act? of 1949 and Chapter 
7S6 of 1963, viz., 
Amount certified by 
City Auditor March 
March 2, 1966 $44,116,212.19 

Estimated 

Income 1966 2,000,000.00 

Unexpended 
Balance 1965 314,575.81 



Total 
Placed on file. 



$46,430,788.00 



APPROPRIATIONS, 

GENERAL SCHOOL 

PURPOSES 

The Business Manager, in 
accordance with the rules, 
submitted the following 
communication : 

In compliance with your 
instructions and with the 
provisions of Chapter 224 
of Acts of 1936, as amend- 
ed by Chapter 117 of Acts 
of 1949 and Chapter 786 of 
Acts of 1963, 1 submit here- 
with the proposed appropri- 
ations within the statutory 
limit in the amount of $46,- 



430,788.00 which will pro- 
vide in part for the needs 
for General School Pur- 
poses of the Boston Public 
Schools for the fiscal year 
1966. 

The total amount re- 
quired for General School 
Purposes for 1966 is $50,- 
049,361.00. An additional 
appropriation of $3,618,« 
573.00 must be requested of 
the Mayor for his recom- 
mendation to the City 
Council. 

Respectfully submitted 
(Signed) Leo J. Burke 
Business Manager 

N.B. The estimated in- 
come to be received in 1966 
from PL 874 is not known 
at this time. This income 
should be used to reduce 
the request made of the 
Mayor for his recommenda- 
tion to the City Council. 

Placed on file. 

Mr. O'Connoi offered the 
following: 

ORDERED, That the 
School Committee request 
the Mayor to recommend 
to the City Council that an 
additional $3,618,573.00 be 
appropriated for General 
School Purposes. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS — 



TOTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL SCHOOL PURPOSES— 1966 

Appropriated Total 

by Request Amount 

School Committee to Mayor Required 



Land and Buildings 
Alterations and Repairs 
General School Purposes 

Totals 

Placed on file. 



$709,825.00 

2,470,800.00 

46,430,788.00 



$3,618,573.00 



$709,825.00 

2,470,800.00 

50,049,361.00 



$49,611,413.00 $3,618,573.00 $53,229,986.00 



Mr. Eisenstadt offered 
the following: 

ORDERED, That in ac- 
cordance with the pro- 
visions of Chapter 224 of 
Acts of 1936, as amended 
by Chapter 117 of Acts of 
1949 and Chapter 786 of 
Acts of 1963, the sum of 
$46,430,788.00 is hereby ap- 
propriated to provide in 
part for the needs for 



General School Purposes in 
the Boston Public Schools 
for the fiscal year 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS— 



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MARCH 28, 1966 



SALARY OF SUPERIN- 
TENDENT OF CON- 
STRUCTION. 

The following communi- 
cation was presented! 

March 25, 1966 

To the Members of the 
Boston School Committee: 

Chapter 351 of the Acts 
of 1929 as amended by 
Chapter 90 of the Acts of 
1955 reads as follows: 

"His salary shall be es- 
tablished by said Board of 
Commissioners with the 
approval of the School 
Committee." 

Consistent with the pro- 
visions of Chapter 351 of 
the Acts of 1929 as amend- 
ed by Chapter 90 of the 
Acts of 1955, the Board of 
Commissioners of School 
Buildings at a meeting 
which was held on Friday, 
March 25, 1966, established 
the salary of William A. 
McPherson, Superintendent 
of Construction, at Seven- 
teen Thousand Five Hun- 
dred ($17,500.00) dollars 
per annum, effective Janu- 
ary 1, 1966, and hereby re- 
quest the approval of the 
School Committee of such 
established salary. 

Very truly yours, 

BOARD OF 
COMMISSIONERS OF 
SCHOOL BUILDINGS 

Joseph F. Feeney 

Chairman 

N.B. This is a duplicate 
of the vote taken by the 
Board of Commissioners on 
December 30, 1963, and sub- 
mitted to your Honorable 
Board at that time. 

Placed on file. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That this 
Committee hereby approves 
the establishment by the 
Board of Commissioners of 
School Buildings of the sal- 
ary of the Superintendent 
of Construction at the rate 
of seventeen thousand five 
hundred dollars ($17,500) 
per annum, to take effect 
January 1, 1966, in accord- 
ance with the provisions of 
Chapter 351 of the Acts of 
1929, as amended by 
Chapter 90 of the Acts of 
1955. 



On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1 

ELECTION OF 
ASSOCIATE 
SUPERINTENDENT 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966, respectfully pre- 
senting under the provi- 
sions of Chapter 208 of the 
Acts of 1965, the nomina- 
tion of William G. Tobin, 
as Associate Superintend- 
ent for a six-year term be- 
ginning Sept. 1, 1966, the 
present term of Mr. Tobin 
being due *o expire Aug. 
31, 1966. 

The rules were suspended 
and the Secretary was di- 
rected to call the roll and 
the members as their names 
were called, respectively 
stated that they voted as 
follows: 

Mrs. Hicks: Mr. Tobin 
Mr. Lee: Mr. Tobin 
Mr. McDonough: Mr. 
Tobin 

Mr. O'Connor: Mr. Tobin 
Mr. Eisenstadt: Mr. To- 
bin 

The Chair declared Mr. 
William G. Tobin duly elect- 
ed as Associate Superin- 
tendent of Schools, to take 
effect Sept. 1, 1966, and to 
continue for the unexpired 
term ending Aug. 31, 1969. 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
Feb. 16, 1966, be amended 
as follows: 

Under Assignments, Title 
I — ESEA — Project 6-035- 
003, Model Demonstration 
Subsystem, William Lloyd 
Garrison District — Leo M. 
Howard, should read "as- 
sistant director, $1121.00 
per month of service." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 



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93 



The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
March 8, 1966 be amended 
as follows: Under Appoint- 
ments, Transfers, etc., Ad- 
ministrative Offices, amend 
the order appointing two 
Clerk and Typists to show 
that the salary of Ruth C. 
Stevens, Office of the Busi- 
ness Manager, is to be 
changed to Title I, Esea, 
Project No. 6-035-004, En- 
richment Program. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 

minutes of the meeting of 

Mar. 8, 1966, be amended as 

follows : 

Under Appointments from 
the Eligible List- 
Boston Trade High School 
— James Gagliano, trade in- 
structor, salary should read 
"$7380." 

Charlestown High School 
— Edward Wolf, cooperative 
instructor, salary should 
read "$8340." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

IN MEMORIAM 
The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
on Mar. 9, 1966, of Frank 
A. Gilbert, Boston Latin 
School, who had been retired 
under the provisions of the 
State - Boston Retirement 
System. 
Placed on file. 

The School Committee re- 
quested that a letter of con- 
dolence, to be signed by the 
Secretary, be sent to the 
bereaved family. 

RESIGNATION 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966, reporting the res- 
ignation of Richard A. Kre- 



korian, teacher, junior high, 
Solomon Lewenberg Junior 
High School, Sept. 29, 1965. 
Accepted. 

RETIREMENTS ON 
PENSION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966, reporting the re- 
tirement from active serv- 
ice of the following-named 
members of the State-Bos- 
ton Retirement System, to 
take effect Mar. 31, 1966, 
as certified by the Boston 
Retirement Board: 

Hugh O'Brien District — 
Mary Jordan, teacher, ele- 
mentary. 

Patrick F. Lyndon Dis- 
trict — Julia A. Driscoll, 
teacher, elementary. 

Department of Music Ed- 
ucation — Helen J. Lynch, 
supervisor in vocal music 

Placed on file. 

APPOINTMENTS 

The following nomination,, 
by the Superintendent, cer- 
tified by him as being in ac- 
cordance with the rules and 
regulations, to take effect 
on the dates indicated were 
presented: 

(BY PROMOTION) 

Dept. of Audio-Visual In- 
struction — Warren J. Mo- 
ran, assistant director (from 
guidance counselor, Roslin- 
dale High School), Apr. 1, 
1966. 

Dept. of Data Processing, 
Henry F. Mulloy, assistant 
director (from junior mas- 
ter, Boston Technical High 
School), Apr. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointment approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5 
NAYS— 

Subject to the approval 
of the School Committee, 
the Superintendent nomi- 
nated the persons named be- 
low to the school or district 
and with the rank indicated 
in each case, for the school 
year ending August 31, 1966, 
and certified that their ap- 
pointments are in accord- 
ance with the regulations of 
the School Committee. 



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MARCH 28, 1966 



These appointments are 
offered subject to the can- 
didates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualification 
and Section 38G of Chapter 
71 of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts, relating to 
teacher certification. 

In the event that any per- 
son appointed by this order 
fails to comply with the 
Rules of the School Com- 
mittee of the City of Boston 
relating to certificates of 
qualification and Section 
38G of Chapter 71 of the 
General Laws of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachu- 
setts, relating to teacher 
certification, on or before 
August 31, 1966, then the 
appointment of such person 
herein made shall be null 
and void. 
(FROM THE ELIGIBLE 
LIST) 

Dorchester High School 
— Carol M. Shea, teacher, 
high school ($5460— anni- 
versary date Apr. 1), Apr, 
1, 1966. 

(Under Title I-ESEA 
Project 6-035-004 Enrich 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary, Junio High and Senior 
High Schools.) 

Jefferson District — Laura 
B. Maier, (from provisional 
Horace Mann School) , 
teacher, primary ($570.00 
per month of service, an- 
niversary date Apr. 1), Apr. 
1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

INSTRUCTION OF 
PHYSICALLY HANDI- 
CAPPED CHILDREN 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teachers for employ- 
ment after school hours to 
teach physically handi- 
capped children, not to ex- 



ceed two hours in any one 
day, to take effect on the 
dates indicated: William A. 
Handy, March 4; and Rich- 
ard Murphy, March 22, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named temporary teachers 
for instruction of physically 
handicapped children, to 
take effect on the dates in- 
dicated: Ruth Pierce Ken- 
yon, March 14; and Kath- 
leen Kearney, March 21, 
1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

APPRENTICESHIP AND 
JOURNEYMAN CLASSES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee and in 
accordance with the order 
passed at the meeting of 
October 6, 1941 (p. 195), he 
has appointed the follow- 
ing-named person to the 
Apprentice and Journey- 
man Classes for Various 
Trades, to take effect on 
the date stated. 

Instructor Frank M. Reed, 
Machinist, March 21, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointment was 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 
b 

NAYS— 



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95 



GARDENING 
Season of 1966 
(to take effect April 1. 1966) 
Garden Supervisor 
Henry G. Wendler 
On roll call, the appoint- 
ment was approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the Su- 
perintendent is hereby au- 
thorized to conduct instruc- 
tion in gardening at the 
Woburn Garden during the 
season of 1966 from April 1 
to November 19, 1966, the 
summer term of which shall 
coincide with the summer 
vacation period. 

ORDERED, That the Su- 
perintendent is hereby au- 
thorized to appoint teachers 
of gardening to the follow- 
ing ranks for service during 
the season of 1966. 
Supervisor of Gardening 
Garden Assistant 

ORDERED, That the Su- 
perintendent is hereby au- 
thorized to make such 
emergency appointments as 
may be necessary for serv- 
ice in the gardens during 
the season of 1966. 

ORDERED, That any 
teacher of gardening ap- 
pointed for the season 1966 
may be transferred by the 
Superintendent from one 
position to another for 
which said teacher holds the 
required license, and said 
teacher shall be paid ac- 
cording to the schedule es- 
tablished by the position 
actually filled during any 
session certified to by the 
Director of Vocational Edu- 
cation and Industrial Arts. 

ORDERED, That the 
hours of service of teachers 
employed in gardening dur- 
ing the season of 1966, un- 
less otherwise specified, 
shall be such portion of the 
time between seven o'clock 
a.m. and eight o'clock p.m. 
as the Superintendent may 
direct. 

On roll call, the five or- 
ders passed by the following 
vote: 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966, reporting, subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, that he 
has discontinued the leave 
of absence for maternity 
granted to the following 
named teacher to take ef- 
fect on the date stated: 

Martin District — Dor- 
othy F. McLaughlin, teach- 
er, kindergarten, March 31, 
1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of Mar. 
28, 1966 recommending sub- 
ject to approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence without pay 
be granted to the following 
named persons for the term 
specified: 

Boston Latin School — 
George B. Lynch, master, 
September 1, 1966 to August 
31, 1967. 

Charlestown High School 
— Robert O'Neil, junior mas- 
ter, October 1, 1966 to Jan- 
uary 14, 1967. 

Robert Gould Shaw Dis- 
trict — Mary L. Landrigan, 
teacher, junior high, April 
25 to May 6, 1966. 

Robert Gould Shaw Dis- 
trict — Rose M. Fodale, 
teacher, junior high, April 
25, to May 6, 1966. 

Bennett District — Claire 
C. Campbell, teacher, el- 
ementary, September 1, 1966 
to September 1, 1967. 

Paul A. Dever District — 
Esther Gordon, teacher, pri- 
mary, May 25 to June 14, 
1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 



96 



MARCH 28, 1966 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence for rest be 
granted to the following 
named teacher for the term 
specified: 

Washington Irving Junior 
High School — Ralph Niel- 
son, Vocational Education 
and Industrial Arts, Shop 
Foreman, March 7, 1966 to 
August 31, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966 recommending, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence with pay 
be granted to the following 
named person for the term 
specified: 

Hyde Park High School 
— Thomas J. McGrimley, 
Vocational Instructor, April 
12 and 13, 1966. 

This leave is requested to 
attend the annual spring 
meeting of the Massachu- 
setts Contributory Retire- 
ment Board m Boston. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS - Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

TRANSFERS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
made the following trans- 
fers of teachers, to take ef- 
fect on the dates stated: 



Laurentina J. Burrell, 
teacher, primary, Paul A. 
Dever District, to the same 
position under Title I-ES- 
EA-Project 6-035-004, En- 
richment Program for El- 
ementary, Junior High and 
Senior High Schools, at 
$594.00 per month of serv- 
ice, Feb. 1, 1966. 

Dorothy F. McLaughlin, 
teacher, kindergarten, Mar- 
tin District, to the same po- 
sition in the Jefferson Dis- 
trict, Apr. 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

ASSIGNMENTS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teachers, as indicated 
to the Afternoon Elemen- 
tary Remediation and En- 
richment Laboratories : 

Jefferson School — Joanne 
Bourget, teacher, Mar. 1, 
1966; Marie Seery, secre- 
tary, Mar. 14, 1966. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 
School — Ina D. Zickerman, 
teacher, Mar. 14, 1966. 
— Ann S. Kleinman, teacher, 
Feb. 9, 1966; Evelyn Ed- 
wards, secretary, Feb. 9, 
1966. 

Harvard School — Mary 
Coughlin, teacher, Feb. 28, 
1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Mar. 
28, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teachers to Title I- 
ESEA- Project 6-035-003 



MARCH 28, 1966 



97 



The Model Demonstration 


be employed for the school 


Subsystem, and to continue 


year commencing Sept. 1, 


until Aug. 31, 1966, unless 


1966: 


otherwise ordered: 


Provisional Teachers — 


Dorchester High School — 


Elizabeth Bane, Thorns F. 


Michael E. Tulysewski, as- 


Cavanaugh, Ethel Dinneen 


sistant instructor, to cur- 


Cummings, Helen Murphy 


riculum design specialist, 


Donovan, Elizabeth T. Fitz- 


Office of Program Develop- 


patrick, Emily N. Freeman, 


ment, $834.00 per month of 


Mary Cox Furey, Ruth Ha- 


service, Mar. 28, 1966. 


zelton Ganter, Leroy W. 


John Winthrop District — 


Garnett, William D. Glen- 


Jane B. Fitzgerald, teacher, 


non, Ellen Kapples Harnett, 


primary, to teacher-investi- 


Helen McGarry Hines, Vir- 


gator, W. L. P. Boardman 


ginia Caldbeck Hogan, Er- 


School, $738.00 per month of 


win R. Lehrer, Dorothy C. 


service, Mar. 28, 1966. 


Lenihan, Pearl Washington 


Theodore Lyman District 


Leno, Anne Elizabeth Leon- 


— William T. McCann, 


ard, Shirley Leventhal, Dal- 


teacher, elementary IV-VI, 


ia M. Lizdenis, Karolyn 


to teacher-investigator, Of- 


Kurkjian Lobur, Dorothy 


fice of Program Develop- 


Ward Mann, Margaret A. 


ment, $642.00 per month of 


McCray Margaret McDon- 


service, Mar. 28, 1966. 


ough, Lillian G. McElhinney, 


The communication was 


Jean M. Noel, Elizabeth 


placed on file and on roll 


Costello Norcott, Joan Carol 


call, the assignments were 


Piatt, Gertrude Twombley 


approved by the following 


Quinn, Maria C. Reyea, Dan- 


vote: 


iel E. Rosen, Francis S. Rus- 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 


sell, John Shields, Frances 


Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 


Pecker Steinberg, Dorothy 


O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 


Hopkins Sullivan, Elizabeth 


NAYS— 


Teehan, Ruth E. Thompson, 


— 


William A. Tierney, George 


DESIGNATION 


F. Tomlinson, Jr., Jennie L. 


A communication was re- 


Towers, Clifford M. Weeks, 


ceived from the Superin- 


Kathleen Wright, Constance 


tendent, under date of Mar. 


Stohn, Loretta Jackson 


28, 1966, reporting that he 


Baldwin. 


has made the following des- 


Temporary Teachers — 


ignation of a teacher, to 


Alice F. Brown, Ethel Cline, 


serve in the position indi- 


William A. Coughlin, Sarah 


cated, until such time as it 


Carmell Daner, Grace Ryan 


shall be filled otherwise in 


Downey, Eutychios Kaloger- 


accordance with the rules 


akis, Teresa C. Noonan and 


and regulations but not be- 


Margaret Connelly Sullivan. 


yond Aug. 31, 1966. 


MDTA Classes — Char- 


English High School — 


lotte A. Scott, James D. 


Peter P. George, junior mas- 


Fitzgerald. 


ter, as acting head of de- 


On roll call, the order 


partment, Mar. 10, 1966. 


passed by the following 


Placed on file. 


vote: 


■ — 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 


TEACHERS NOT TO BE 


Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 


EMPLOYED SEPT. 1966 


O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 


The following was of- 


NAYS— 


fered : 


— 


ORDERED, That the Sec- 


The following was of- 


retary of this Committee, 


fered: 


Edward J. Winter, be, and 


ORDERED, That the Sec- 


he hereby is authorized and 


retary of this Committee, 


directed to give in the name 


Edward J. Winter, be and 


and behalf of this commit- 


he hereby is authorized and 


tee, to each teacher herein- 


directed to give in the name 


after named, notice under 


and behalf of this commit- 


General Laws (Ter. Ed.) 


tee, to each teacher herein- 


Chap. 71, sec. 41 (as amend- 


after named, notice under 


ed by St. 1950, ch. 283), 


General Laws (Ter. Ed.) 


that such teacher is not to 


Chap. 71, sec. 41 (as amend- 



98 



MARCH 28, 1966 



ed by St. 1950, ch. 283), that 
such teacher is not to be 
employe:! for the school year 
commencing Sept. 1, 1966: 

Anthony J. Rubico, Rich- 
ard A. Dearnley, Frederick 
M. Stack, Ellen M. Clemons, 
Agnes V. Croke, Michael J. 
Daly, Edmund T. Lafferty, 
Eileen S. Manheimer, B. 
Joyce S. Scott Nancy Stern 
and Myra G. Small. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTIONS 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That William 
H. Ohrenberger, Superin- 
tendent of Public Schools, 
is hereby authorized to at- 
tend the Superintendents of 
Large City Schools Meeting, 
to be held in Richmond, Vir- 
ginia, Apr. 21 to 23, 1966, 
inclusive, at a cost to the 
city not to exceed one hun- 
dred sixty dollars ($160). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— js 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Anthony 
L. Galeota, chief structural 
engineer, is Hereby author- 
ized to attend the Great Cit- 
ies Program tor School Im- 
provement — Charter Flight 
"New Life for Old Schools," 
to be held in Chicago, Illi- 
nois, April 25 to May 1, 
1966, inclusive, at a cost to 
the city not to exceed two 
hundred and five dollars 
($205). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered: 



ORDERED, That Anthony 
L. Galeota, chief structural 
engineer, is hereby author- 
ized to attend the Dept. of 
Health-Education - Welfare, 
Metropolitan School Facili- 
ties Planning Group, to be 
held in Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia, May 5 to 7, 1966 in- 
clusive, at a cost to the city 
not to exceed two hundred 
ninety-three dollars ($293). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Eileen 
E. Connolly, Principal, Hor- 
ace Man') School for the 
Deaf, is hereby authorized 
to attend the National Con- 
ference of Executives of 
Schools for the Deaf, to be 
held in Hot Springs, Ar- 
kansas, Apr. 24 to 29, 1966, 
inclusive, at an expense to 
the city not to exceed two 
hundred fifty dollars ($250). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That John S. 
Dooley, Director, Depart- 
ment of Audio-Visual In- 
struction, is hereby author- 
ized to attend the National 
Convention Department of 
Audio Visual Instruction, to 
be held in San Diego, Cal- 
ifornia, Apr. 24 to 29, 1966, 
inclusive, at an expense to 
the city not to exceed four 
hundred and five dollars 
($405). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Leo J. 

Burke, Business Manager, is 

hereby authorized to attend 

the Great Cities Program 



MARCH 28, 1966 



99 



for School Improvement — 
Charter Flight "New Life 
for Old Schools," to be held 
in Chicago, Illinois, Apr. 25 
to May 1, 1966, inclusive, at 
an expense to the city not to 
exceed two hundred sixty- 
six dollars ($266). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Edwin 
G. McCaffrey, Schoolhouse 
Custodian, is hereby au- 
thorized to attend the Sem- 
inar - Service Engineering 
Associates, to be held in 
New York City, Apr. 18 to 
20, 1966, at an expense to 
the city not to exceed one 
hundred ten dollars ($110). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Martin 
J. Feeney, Principal, Henry 
Grew District, A. Louis 
Karp, Principal, Blackin- 
ton-John Cheverus Dis- 
trict and Roger T. Connor, 
Boston Technical High 
School, are hereby author- 
ized to attend the Confer- 
ence, National Council of 
Teachers of Mathematics, 
to be held in New York 
City, Apr. 13 to 16, 1966, 
inclusive, at a cost to the 
city not to exceed ninety- 
eight dollars ($98) each. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Grace 
R. Whittaker, Educational 
Specialist, Senior High; 



Robert E. Don," hue, Educa- 
tional Specialist, Junior 
High; Victor A. Mclnnis 
and Agnes T Wo J lings, 
Teacher-Investigators Jun- 
ior High, are hereby au- 
thorized to attend thr> Sci- 
ence Research Associates, 
Inc., Institute on the Non- 
graded School, to he held 
in Stratford Connecticut 
Apr. 6 to 8, 1966, at a cost 
not to exceed $150.00 per 
person, to be charged to 
Title I— ESEA— Proiect 6- 
035-003, The Model Demon- 
stration Subsystem. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
— 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered- 
ORDERED, That Robert 
L. Murray, Curriculum De- 
sign Specialist, Model Dem- 
onstration Subsystem, is 
hereby authorized t at- 
tend the SRA Advanced 
Modern Mathematics Insti- 
tute, to be held in Brain- 
tree, Massachusetts, March 
31, and April 1, 1966, at a 
cost not to exceed $75.00, 

to be charged to Title I 

ESEA— Project 6-035-003, 
The Model Demonstration 
Subsystem. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 
5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered 1 

ORDERED, That Agnes 
T. Wellings, Teacher-In- 
vestigator, Model Demon- 
stration Subsystem, is here- 
by authorized to attend the 
Science Research Associ- 
ates, Inc., Conference, to be 
held in Braintree, Massa- 
chusetts, Apr. 14 and 15, 
1966, at a cost not to ex- 
ceed $75.00, to be charged to 
Title I— ESEA— Project 6- 
035-003, The Model Demon- 
stration Subsystem. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



100 



MARCH 28, 1966 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Victor 
A. Mclnnis, Teacher-Inves- 
tigator, Junior High, Model 
Demonstration Subsystem, 
is hereby authorized to at- 
tend the National Science 
Teachers' Associations 14th 
Annual Convention, to be 
held in New York City, 
Apr. 1 and 2, 1966, at a 
cost not to exceed $100.00, 
to be charged to Title I — 
ESEA — Project 6-035- 
003, The Model Demonstra- 
tion Subsystem. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Walter 
L Sweenpy. Tepcher Inves- 
tigator, Model Demonstra- 
tion Subsystem, is hereby 
authorized to attend the 
Science Research Associ- 
ates, Inc. Conference, to be 
held in Braintree, Massa- 
chusetts, April 28 to 30, 
1966, at a cost not to ex- 
ceed $75.00, to be charged 
to Title I— ESEA— Proj- 
ect 6-035-003. The Model 
Demonstration Subsystem. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Thomas 
S. Eisenstadt, Chairman, 
William E. O'Connor, John 
J. McDonough and Louise 
Day Hicks, Members, Bos- 
ton School Committee, are 
hereby authorized to at- 
tend the National School 
Boards Association's Con- 
vention, to be held in Min- 



neapolis, Minnesota, Apr. 
23 to 26, 1966, inclusive, at 
a cost to the city not to ex- 
ceed two hundred and forty 
dollars ($240) each. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor a n d Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS— 

LIST OF AUTHORIZED 
TEXT BOOKS 

The following eight or- 
ders were offered: 

1. ORDERED, That the 

following-named books are 

hereby authorized for use 

as textbooks as indicated: 

Grades I to VI 

Arithmetic 

Brownell et al. Ginn Mod- 
ern Mathematics Series. 
Ginn and Company. cl965. 

Mathemat'cs We Need, 
Book 3. Grade III. net $2.58. 

Mathemat cs We Need, 

Book 4. Grade IV. net $2.58. 

f.o. b. Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Nichols et al. Elementary 
Mathematics Series. Holt, 
Rinehart and Winston, Inc. 
cl966. 

Elementary Mathematics, 
Bcok 3. Grade III. net $2.85 

Elementary Mathematics 
Book 4. Grade IV. net $2.85. 

Elementary Mathematics, 
Book 5. Grade V. net $2.85. 

Elementary Mathematics, 

Book 6. Grade VI. net $2.85. 

f.o.b. Clifton, N. J. 

Payne et al. Elementary 
Mathematics Series. 

Harcourt, Brace & World, 
Inc. cl966. 

Elementary Mathematics, 

3. Grade III. net $2.55. 
Elementary Mathematics, 

4. Grade IV. net $2.55. 
Elementary Mathematics, 

5. Grade V. " net $2.55. 
Elementary Mathematics, 

6. Grade VI. net $2.55. 

f.o.b. Shipping Point. 
Suppes Patrick. Singer 
Mathematics Program. 

L. W. Singer Company, 
Inc. cl966. 

Sets and Numbers, Book 

3. Grade III. net $2.49. 
Sets and Numbers, Book 

4. Grade IV. net $2.49. 
Sets and Numbers, Book 

5. Grade V. net $2.49. 
Sets and Numbers, Book 



MARCH 28, 1966 



101 



6. Grade VI. net $2.49. 


Carls et al. Knowing Our 


f.o.h. Shipping Point. 


Neighbors. Holt, Rinehart 


Dictionaries 


and WitiSton, Inc. cl%6. 


Webster. American Book 


In The United States. 


Company. cl965. 


Grade V. net 3.99. 


Now Elementary Dic- 


In the United States and 


tionary. Grade V. net $2.76. 


Canada. Grade V. net 4.29. 


f.o.b. Cincinnati, Ohio. 


f. o. b. Clifton, N. J. 


English 


Cutright et al. The Mac- 


Dawson et all. Language 


millan Social Studies Series. 


For Daily Use Series — 


The Macmillan Company. 


Harbrace Edition. Harcourt, 


C1966. 


Brace & World, Inc. cl964. 


Living in America Today 


Language for Daily Use. 


and Yesterday. Grade V. 


Grade II. net $1.80. 


net $2 91. 


f. o. b. Shipping Point 


Living in the United 


Reid et al. Ginn and Com- 


States. Grade V. net $3.93. 


pany, vl965. Ginn Elemen- 


f.o.b. Riverside, N. J. 


tary English, 3. Grade III, 


Dawson, Grace. The 


$2.34. f. o. b. Indianapolis, 


Tiegs-Adams Series. Ginn 


Indiana. 


and Company. cl985. 


Roberts, Paul. The Rob- 


Your World and Mine. 


erts English Series — A 


Grade VI. net $3.99. 


Linguistics Program. Har- 


f. o. b. Indianapolis, In- 


court, Brace & World, Inc. 


diana 


cl966. 


Dederick and MacKen- 


The Roberts English Se- 


zie. The Tiegs-Adams Series. 


ries, Book 3, Grade III. 


Ginn and Company. cl965. 


net $2.55. 


Your People and Mine. 


The Roberts English Se- 


Grade IV. net $3.51 


ries, Book 4. Grade IV. 


f. o. b. Indianapolis, In- 


net $2.70. 


diana. 


The Roberts English Se- 


Ginn Geographies. Lands 


ries, Book 5. Grade V. 


and Peoples of the World 


net $2.70. 


Series. Ginn and Company. 


The Roberts English Se- 


cl965. 


ries, Book 6. Grade VI. 


At Home in Our Land. 


net $2.70 


Grade III. net $2.97. 


f. o. b. Shipping Point. 


At Home Around The 


Shane et al. Using Good 


World. Grade IV. net $3.57. 


English Series. Laidlaw 


f.o.b. Indianapolis, Indiana 


Brothers. cl964. 


Drummond et al. Our 


Using Good English, 2, 


World Today Series. Allyn 


Grade II. 


& Bacon, Inc. cl966. 


net $1.68. 


Journeys Through the 


f. o. b. Summit, N. J. 


United States and Canada. 


Wolfe et al. Enjoying 


Grade V. net $3.93. 


Engl sh Series. L. W. Singer 


f.o.b. Rockleigh, N. J. 


Comoany, Inc. cl966. 


Preston and Tottle. D. C. 


Enjoying English, 2. 


Heath and Company. cl968. 


Grade II. net $1.77. 


Geography, United States 


f.o.b. Shipping Point. 


and Canada. Grade V. 


Geography 


net $3.84. 


Allen and Howland. Pren- 


f.o.b. Shipping Point. 


tice-Hall, Inc. cl966. 


Wann et al. Living In 


The Earth and Our 


Our Times Series. Allyn & 


States. Grade IV. net $3.30. 


Bacon, Inc. 


The United States of 




America. Grade V. net $3.66. 
Nations of Other Lands. 


Learning About Our 
Country. cl963. Grade III. 
net $2.91. 


Grade VI. net $3.99. 


Nations Around The 


The Changing Earth and 


Globe. Grade VI. net $4.38. 


Its People. cl965. Grade IV. 


f.o.b. Englewood Cliffs, N. J. 


net $3.33. 


Brown, Gertrude. The 


f.o.b. Rockleigh, N. J. 


Tiegs-Adams Series. 


History 


Ginn and Company. cl965. 


Eibling et al. Laidlaw 


Your Country and Mine. 


History Series. Laidlaw 


Grade V. net $3.99. 


Brothers. cl965. Our Coun- 


f.o.b. Indianapolis, Indiana. 


try. Grade VI. net $2.82 



102 



MARCH 28, 1966 



World Background for 

American History. Grade 

VI. net $2.88. 

f. o. b. Summit, N. J. 

Coons and Prater. Ginn 
Elementary Histories Se- 
ries. Ginn and Co. cl965. 
Trails to Freedom in Amer- 
ican History. Grade V. 

net $3.57. 

f. o. b. Indianapolis, In- 
diana. 

Bauer et al. Multi-ethnic 
New Basic Health Safety 
Series. Scott, Foresman 
and Company. cl965. 
Health For All, Junior 
Primer. Grade I. net $1.26. 

Health For All, Book 1. 
Grade I. net $1.47. 

Health For All, Book 2. 
Grade II. net $1.71 

Health For All, Book 3. 
Grade III. net $1.80. 

Health For All, Book 4. 
Grade IV. net $1.98. 

Health For All, Book 5. 
Grade V. net $2.01. 

Health For All, Book 6. 

Grade VI. net $2.01. 

f. o. b. Shipping Point. 

Byrd et al. Laidlaw 
Health Series. Laidlaw 
Brothers. cl966. 

Health 1, Grade I. 

net $1.47. 

Health 2. Grade II. 

net $1.65. 

Health 3. Grade III. 

net $1.77. 

Health 4. Grade IV. 

net $1.95. 

Health 5. Grade V. 

net $1.95. 

Health 6. Grade VI. 

net $1.98. 
f.o.b. Summit, N. J. 

Irwin et al. The Dimen- 
sion in Health Series. Lyons 
& Carnahan. cl965. 

All About You. Grade I. 

net $1.50. 

You and Others. Grade 
II. net $1.62. 

Growing Every Day. 
Grade III. net $1.71. 

Finding Your Way. Grade 
IV. net $1.80. 

Understanding Your 

Needs. Grade V. net $1.95. 

Choosing Your Goals. 
Grade VI. net $1.95. 

f.o.b. Wilkes-Barre, Penna. 
Music 

Berg et al. Music for 
Young Americans. Ameri- 
can Book Co. cl966. 

Discovering Music 2. 
Grade II. net $2.04 



Exploring Music 3. Grade 
III. net $2.10. 

Understanding Music 4. 

Grade IV. net $2.10. 

Making Music 5. Grade 

V. net $2.19. 
Studying Music 6. Grade 

VI. net $2.28. 
f. o. b. Publisher. 

(To take the place of 
ABC Music Series— Grades 
2-6) 

Watters et al. The Magic 
of Music Series. Ginn and 
Company. cl965. 

The Magic of Music, Book 
2. Grade II. net $2.04. 

f. o. b. Indianapolis, In- 
diana. 

Landeck et al. Making 
Music Your Own Series. 
Silver Burdett Co. cl965. 
Making Music Your Own, 
Book 4. Grade IV. net $2.04. 

Making Music Your Own, 
Book 5. Grade V. net $2.22. 

Making Music Your Own, 

Book 6. Grade VI. net $2.31. 

f.o.b. Publisher 

Reading 

Bank Street College of 
Education. The Bank Street 
Readers Series. The Mac- 
mi 1 1 a n Company. cl965. 
Around the City, Primer. 
Grade I. net $1.59. 

Uptown Downtown, 1st 

Reader. Grade I. net $1.86. 

f.o.b. Riverside, N. J. 

Baugh et al. Chandler 
Language-Experience Read- 
ers. Chandler Publishing 
Company. cl965. 

Let's See The Animals. 

Grade I. net $1.60. 

f.o.b. Gilsum, N. H. 

Benthul and Bode. Noble 

and Noble Publishers, Inc. 

C1965. 

Holiday Reader. Grade 

III. net $2.40. 

f.o.b. Shipping Point. 

Fay, Leo C. Curriculum 

Enrichment Series. Lyons 

and Carnahan. cl965. 

Look at the Moon, Pre- 
Primer. Grade I. net $1.14. 
Tommy Finds Out, Prim- 
er. Grade I. net. $1.20. 
Up and Away. Grade I. 
net $1.35. 
Hilltop Trails. Grade II. 
net $1.50. 
On Top of the Hill. Grade 
III. net $1.65. 
New Trails. Grade IV. 
net $1.80. 

New Roads. Grade V. 
net $1.95. 



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New Horizons. Grade VI. 

net $2.10. 

f. o. b. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Fay, Leo C. Curriculum 

Motivation Series. Lyons 

and Carnahan. cl986. 

The Blue Doc; and Other 
Stories. Grade I. net $1.47. 
The Flying Squirrels and 
Other Stories. Grade II. 

net $1.53. 
The Almost Ghost and 
Other Stories. Grade III. 
net $1.65. 
The Barking Cat and 
Other Stories. Grade IV. 
net $1.80. 
f. o. b. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Harris and Clark. The 
Macmillan Reading Pro- 
gram. The Macmillan Co. 
C1965. 

Enchanted Gates. 2nd 
Reader, Level 1. Grade II. 
net $1.83. 
Shining Bridges, 2nd 
Reader, Level 2. Grade II. 
net $1.83. 
More Than Words, 3rd 
Reader, Level 2. Grade III. 
net $2.10. 
Better Than Gold, 3rd 
Reader, Level 1. Grade III. 
net $2.10. 
f. o. b. Riverside, N. J. 
Jacobs and Turner. Treas- 
ury of Literature Series — 
Banner Edition. Charles E. 
Merrill Books, Inc. cl966. 
Seesaw, Primer. Grade I. 

net $1.56. 
f.o.b. Columbus, Ohio. 

Jarolimek and Carey. 
Macmillan Social - Studies 
Series. The Macmillan Com- 
pany. cl966. Living as 
School Friends. Grade I. 

net $2.34. 

Living in Places Near 
and Far. Grade II. 

net $2.43. 

f.o.b. Riverside, N. J. 

Holl, Adelaide. Told-Again 

Tales From Many Lands 

Series. Charles E. Merrill 

Books, Inc. cl964. Magic 

Tales. Grade III. net $1.98. 

f.o.b. Columbus, Ohio. 

Martin, Bill (Jr.). Holt, 

Rinehart and Winston, Inc. 

cl966. Sounds of Home. 

Grade I. net $1.47. 

f.o.b. Clifton, N. J. 

Monroe, Artley. Reading 
For Independence Series. 
Scott, Foresman and Com- 
pany. cl964. The New Tall 
Tales, Part 1. Grade III. 

net $1.29. 



The New Tall Tales, Pa 
2. Grade III. net $1.29. 

f.o I). Shipping Point. 
Mountain and Mason. 
McCormick-Mathers Chal- 
lenge Readers. McCormick- 
Mathers Publishing Com- 
pany, Inc. Winning Friends. 
cl965. Grade II. net $1.65. 
Keeping Your Friends. 
cl965. Grade III. net $1.74. 
Gaining New Heights. 
cl964. Grade V. net $1.98. 
Reaching Ahead. cl964. 
Grade VI. net $1.98. 

f. o. b. Wichita, Kansas. 
O'Donnell et al. The 
Harper & Row Basic Read- 
ing Program. Harper & Row 
Publishers. cl966. Around 
The Corner. Grade I. 

net $1.56. 
Real and Make-B^W'e. 
Grade I. net $1.74. 

All Through The Year. 
Grade II. net $1.89. 

From Fins To Feathers. 
Grade II. net $1.89. 

From Faraway Places. 
Grade III net $2.22. 

From Bicycles to Boom- 
erangs. Grade III. net $2.22. 
Trade Winds. Grade IV. 
net $2.40 
Crossroads. Grade V. 

net $2.40. 
Seven Seas. Grade VI. 
net $2.40. 
f. o. b. Elmsford, N. Y. 
Pratt et al. The Prose and 
Poetry Series. L. W. Singer 
Company, Inc. cl965. Story 
Fun, Pre-Primer. Grade I. 
net $1.41. 
f. o. b. Shipping Point. 
Robinson et al. The Wide 
Horizons Series. Scott, 
Foresman and Co. cl965. 
Wide Horizons, Book 3. 
Grade III. net $2.37. 

Wide Horizons Book 5. 
Grade V. net $2.37. 

Wide Horizons, Book 6. 
Grade VI. net $2.37. 

f.o.b. Shipping Point. 

Wann et al. Living In 
Our Times Series. Allyn St 
Bacon, Inc. cl962. Learning 
About Our Families. Grade 
I. net $2.13. 

Learning About Our 
Neighbors. Grade II. 

net $2.31. 
f.o.b. Rockleigh, N. J. 
Science 

Barnard et al. The Mac- 
millan Science Series. The 
Macmillan Company. cl968. 
Science for Tomorrow's 
World 1. Grade I. net $2.22. 



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Science for Tomorrow's 
World 2. Grade II. net $2.34. 

Science for Tomorrow's 
World 3. Grade III. 

net $2.52. 

Science for Tomorrow's 
World 4. Grade IV. 

net $2.64. 

Science for Tomorrow's 
World 5. Grade V. 

net $2.70. 

Science for Tomorrow's 
World 6. Grade VI. 

net $2.82. 
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Beauchamp et al. Basic 
Science Program. Scott, 
Foresman and Co. cl965. 
Science is Adventuring. 
Grade VI. net $2.64. 

f.o.b. Shipping Point. 

Brandwein et al. The Con- 
cepts In Science Program. 
Harcourt, Brace & World, 
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ence 1. Grade I. net $1.95. 

Concepts in Science 2. 
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Concepts in Science 3. 
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Concepts in Science 4. 
Grade IV. net $2.55. 

Concepts in Science 5. 
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Concepts in Science 6. 

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Craig et al. Science For 
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You, Book 1. Grade I. 

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Science for You, Book 2. 
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Science for You, Book 3. 
Grade III. net $2.40. 

Science for You, Book 4. 
Grade IV. net $2.49. 

Science for You, Book 5. 
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diana. 

Fischler et al. Science A 
Modern Approach Series. 

Holt, Rinehart and Win- 
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Modern Approach, Book 1. 
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Science A Modern Ap- 
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Science A Modern Ap- 
proach, Book 4. Grade IV. 
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Science A Modern Ap- 
proach, Book 5. Grade V. 
net $2.61. 



Science A Modern Ap- 
proach, Book 6. Grade VI. 
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Mallinson et al. Silver 
Burdett Science Program. 
Silver Burdett Co. cl965. 
Science 1. Grade I. net $1.98. 
Science 4. Grade IV. 

net $2.64. 
Science 5. Grade V. 

net $2.82. 
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Smith et al. Laidlaw Sci- 
ence Series. Laidlaw Broth- 
ers. cl966. Science 1. Grade 

I. net $1.92. 
Science 2. Grade II. 

net $2.13. 
Science 3. Grade III. 

net $2.28. 
Science 4. Grade IV. 

net $2.52. 
Science 5. Grade V. 

net $2.52. 
Science 6. Grade VI. 

net $2.52. 

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Spelling 

Botel et al. Patterns In 

Spelling and Writing Series. 

Follett Publishing Company. 

Patterns in Spelling and 

Writing, Bk. B. cl964. Grade 

II. net $1.56. 
Patterns in Spelling and 

Writing, Bk. C. cl964. Grade 

III. net $1.56. 
Patterns in Spelling and 

Writing, Bk. D. cl964. Grade 

IV. net $1.56. 
Patterns in Spelling and 

Writing, Bk. E. cl965. Grade 

V. net $1.56. 
Patterns in Spelling and 

Writing, Bk. F. cl965. Grade 

VI. net $1.56. 
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Hildreth et al. The L. W. 
Singer Company. cl966. 
Spellingtime B. Grade II. 

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Spellingtime C. Grade 

III. net $1.50. 
Spellingtime D. Grade 

IV. net $1.50. 
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Spellingtime F. Grade VI. 

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Grades VII to XII 
Business Education 
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Jam's and Miller. Funda- 
mentals of Modern Book- 
keeping. Pitman Publishing 
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net $3.95. 
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(General) 
Goodman. Today's Busi- 
ness Law. Pitman Publish- 
ing Corp. cl965. Grade XI. 
net $4.47. 
f. o. b. Long Island, N. Y. 
Kahn et al. Progressive 
Filing. Gregg Publishing 
Company cl965. Grade XL 
net $??? 
f. o. b. Highstown, N. J. 
Locke and Dehr. Office 
Calculating and Adding 
Machines, paperback. John 
Wiley & Sons. cl965. Grade 
XI. net $3.96. 

f. o. b. N. Y. C. 
(Shorthand) 
Leslie et al. 20,000 
Words. Gregg Publishing 
Company. cl965. Grade XL 
net $1.47. 
f. o. b. Hightstown, N. J. 

(Typewriting) 
Humphrey et al. Timed 
Writing For Typing-2nd 
Transcribing, paperback. 
McGraw-Hill Book Com- 
pany. cl965. Grade XL 

net $1.65. 
f. o. b. Hightstown, N. J. 
Civics and Government 
Bard et al. Citizenship 
and Government in Modern 
America. Holt, Rinehart 
and Winston. cl966. Grade 
XI. net $4.05. 

f. o.b. Clifton, N. J. 
Bohlman and Bohlman. 
American Problems Series. 
Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 
cl964. Problems of Demo- 
cracy: The United States 
In A Changing World. 
Grade XL net $3.72. 

f. o. b. Clifton, N. J. 
Bollens, John C. Com- 
munities & Government In 
A Changing World. Rand 
McNally & Company. cl966. 
Grade IX. net $4.20. 

f. o. b. Chicago. 
Burkhart et al. American 
Government: The Clash Of 
Issues, paperback. Pren- 
tice-Hall, Inc. C1964. Grade 
XL net $3.16. 

f. o. b. Englewood Cliffs. 
Bruntz and Bremer. 
American Government. 

Ginn and Company. cl965. 
Grade X. net $4.62. 

f. o. b. Indianapolis. 
Burns and Peltason. 
Government by the People. 
Prentice-Hall, Inc. cl963. 
Grade XL net $7.16. 

f. o. b. Englewood Cliffs. 
Gross and Devereau. 
Civics In Action. Harr Wag- 






ner Publishing Company. 

C1966. Grade IX. net $3.90. 

f. o. b. Publisher. 

MoCrocklin, James H. 

Building Citizenship. Allyn 

& Bacon, Inc. cl965. Grade 

IX. net $4.32. 

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Distributive Education 

Nolnn and Warmke. M;ir- 
koMn^, Sales Promotion and 
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Grade XI. net $ 

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Economics and Sociology 

Fairchild et al. Under- 
standing Our Free Econ- 
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pany Inc. cl965. Grade XI. 
net $4.35. 
f.o.b. Princeton, N. J. 

Knoller and Couse. Mod- 
ern Sociology. Holt, Rine- 
hart & Winston. cl985. 
Grade XII. net $3.72. 

f.o.b. Clifton, N. J. 
English 
(Grammar and Language) 

Brewton et al. Using 

Good English Series. Laid- 

law Brothers. cl966. Using 

Good English 9. Grade LX. 

net $3.30. 

Using Good English 10. 
Grade X. net $3.30. 

Using Good English 11. 
Grade XI. net $3.30. 

Using Good English 12. 

Grade XII. net $3.30 

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Brandes and Smith. 

Building Better Speech. 

Noble & Noble Publishers. 

cl964. Grade X. net $3.84. 

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Christ, H. D. C. Heath 
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Grade VII. net $3.18. 

Modern English in Ac- 
tion eight. cl966. Grade 
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Modern English in Ac- 
tion, nine. cl965. Grade TX. 
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Modern English in Ac- 
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Modern English in Ac- 
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XI. net $3.30. 
Modern English in Ac- 
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Corbin et al. Guide to 
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cl963. Guide to Modern 
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DeBoer, John J. Harper 

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Building Better English 12. 

Grade XII. net $ 

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Dawson et al. Harcourt, 

Brace & World, Inc. cl965. 

Language for Da : ly Use 7, 

Harbrace Edition. Grade 

VII. net $3.00. 
Language for Daily Use 

8, Harbrace Edition. Grade 

VIII. net $3.00. 
f.o.b. Norwood 

Diederich and Carlton. 
Vocabulary for College I. 
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and World. cl965. Grade IX. 
net $1.80. 
f.o.b. Norwood 
Educational Development 
Corporation. Ginn and Com- 
pany. cl964. Writing: Unit 
Lessons i n Composition, 
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Writing: Unit Lessons in 
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Writing: Unit Lessons in 
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Educational Development 
Corporation. Ginn and Com- 
pany. cl965. Writing: Unit 
Lessons in Composition, 
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Writing: Unit Lessons in 

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Composition, Book IIIC. 

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Fleming and Glatthorn. 

Composition: Models and 

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Composition: Models and 

Exercises 10. Grade X. 

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Composition: Models and 
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Fraenkel, Berd. Ginn and 
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pects of Language: I. What 
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Grade X. net $.99. 

f. o. b. Indianapolis. 

John et al. Harper & 
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Building Better English 

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Leggett et al. Prentice- 
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cl965. Prentice-Hall. Inc. 
Grade IX. net $3.96. 

f. o. b. Englewood Cliffs, 
N. J. 

Miller, Carl G. Modern 

Journalism. cl962. Holt, 

Rinehart & Winston, Inc. 

Grade XII. net $3.51. 

f. o. b. Clifton, N. J. 

Nunan, Desmond J. Com- 
position: Models and Exer- 
cises Series. Harcourt, 
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Composition: Models and 
Exercises 7. Grade VII. 

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Composition: Models and 
Exercises 8. Grade VIII. 

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Pollack et al. The Mac- 
millan English Series. The 
Macmillan Company. cl964. 
Macmillan English Series 
10. Grade X. net $3.18. 

f.o.b Riverside, N. J. 

Shanker, Sidney. Seman- 
tics: The Magic of Words, 
paperback. Ginn and Com- 
pany. cl965. Grade XL 

net $1.32. 
f.o.b. Indianapolis, Ind. 

Stegner et al. Modern 

Composition: Book 6. Holt, 

Rinehart & Winston Inc. 

C1965. Grade XII. net $3.06. 

f.o.b. Clifton, N. J. 

Walsh and Walsh. Mc- 
Cormick Mathers Publish- 
ing Company, Inc. cl966. 
Plain English Handbook. 
Grade X. net $1.71. 

Plain English Handbook, 
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net $.57. 
f.o.b. Wichita, Kansas. 

Warriner and Griffith. 
English Grammar and Com- 
position, Complete Course. 
cl965. Harcourt, Brace & 
World. Grade XII. 

net $3.09. 
f.o.b. Norwood. 

West, William W. Devel- 
oping Writing Skills. Pren- 
tice-Hall, Inc. cl966. Grade 
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Wolfe et al. L. W. Singer 
Company. cl966. Enjoying 
English 10. Grade X. net $ 

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Reading and Literature 

Aloian. Poems and Poets. 
Webster Division-McGraw- 
Hill. Inc. cl965. Grade XI. 
net $3.72. 

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Barrows, Marjorie Wes- 
cott. Literary Heritage Se- 
ries Macmillan Company, 
cl964. Contemporary Amer- 
ican Drama, paperback. 
Grade IX. net $1.05. 

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Beal and Hoopes. Search 

for Perspective. Holt, Rine- 

hart & Winston, Inc. cl965. 

Grade XI. net $1.98. 

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Bennett et al. Ginn Liter- 
ature Series. Ginn and Com- 
pany. cl964. Types of Liter- 
ature. Grade X. net $3.99. 

f. o. b. Indianapolis, Ind. 

Blair et al. America 
Reads Series. Scott, Fores- 
man & Company. cl963. 
The United States in Liter- 
ature. Grade XI. net $3.90. 
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Boyd, James. Drums. 

Charles Scribner's Sons. 

cl965. Grade IX. net $2.70. 

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Boynton and Mack. Hay- 
den Book Company, Inc. 
cl965. Introduction to the 
Short Story. Grade IX. 

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Introduction to the Poem. 

Grade IX. net $2.82. 

f.o.b. Publisher. 

Bromberg and Greene. 

Biography For Youth. Globe 

Book Company. cl965. Grade 

IX. net $2.64. 

f.o.b. Publisher. 

Chase et al. Houghton 
Mifflin Literature Series. 
Houghton Mifflin Co. cl965. 
Values In Literature. Grade 
IX. net $3.75. 

f.o.b. Burlington 

Chute, M. Stories From 

Shakespeare, paperback. 

New American Library. 

cl956. Grade IX. net $.75. 

f.o.b. publisher. 

Cooke, Olivia M. Com- 
parative Narrative Poetry. 
Noble & Noble, Publishers. 
cl965. Grade IX. net $2.37. 
f.o.b. N. Y. 

Dickens, Charles. Pick- 
wick Papers, paperback. 
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cl964. Grade IX. net $.95. 
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Noble and Noble, Pub- 
lishers. Noble's Compara- 
livcs Classics. cl965. A Tale 
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The Mnon Is Down (John 
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Noble and Noble, Pub- 
lishers. Noble's Compara- 
tives Classics. cl965. Silas 
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Grade IX. The Pearl— (John 
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Foster, H. Lincoln. Liter- 
ary Heritage Series. The 
Macmillan Co. cl963. Con- 
temporary American Poet- 
ry, paperback. Grade IX. 

$.90. 
f. o. b. Riverside, N. J. 

Galsworthy, John. Charles 
Scribner's Sons. cl965. The 
Man of Property and In- 
dian Summer of a Forsyte. 
Grade XL net $2.52. 

f. o. b. Totowa, N. J 

Greene and Bertand. The 
Red Badge of Courage and 
Related Reading. Prentice- 
Hall, Inc. cl966. Grade IX. 
net $2.73. 
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Gunn et al. Ginn and 
Company. Exploration 

Through Reading. cl964. 
Grade VIII. net $3.36. 

Achievement Through 

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f. o. b. Indianapolis, Ind. 

Halliburton and Pelkon- 
en. Harcourt, Brace & 
World, Inc. cl966. New 
Worlds of Literature, cloth- 
bound. Grade IX. net $2.70. 

New Worlds of Litera- 
ture, paperbound. Grade 
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f. o. b. Norwood. 

Harding, Helen E. Ham- 
let and Other Tragedies. 
Noble & Noble, Publishers. 
cl965. Grade IX. net $2.37. 
f. o. b. N. Y. 

Hardy, Thomas (Ed. by 
Sweetkind). Literary Her- 
itage Series. Macmillan Co. 
The Mayor of Casterbridge, 
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IX. net $1.11. 

f. o. b. Riverside, N. J. 

Irving, W. The Sketch 

Book, paperback. New 

American Library. cl961. 

Grade VIII. net $.75. 

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Jacobs and Root. Ideas In 
Literature Series. Charles 
B. Merrill. cl966. Varia- 
tions, Book 1. Grade VII. 
net $3.45. 
Direction, Book 2. Grade 
VIII. net $3.51. 

f. o. b. Columbus, Ohio. 
Koestler, Arthur. Liter- 
ary Heritage Series. Mac- 
millan Co. cl963. Darkness 
at Noon, paperback. Grade 
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Kirkpatrick and Good- 
fellow. Poetry with plea- 
sure. Charles Scribner's 
Sons. cl965. Grade LX. 

net $3.24. 
f. o. b. Totowa, N. J. 
Llewellyn, Richard. Liter- 
ary Heritage Series. The 
Macmillan Co. cl964. How 
Green Was My Valley, pa- 
perback. Grade IX. 

net $1.20. 

f. o. b. Riverside. 

London, J. The Sea-Wolf, 

paperback.. New American 

Library. cl964. Grade VIII. 

net $.60. 

f. o. b. publisher. 

Mikels and Munn. Short 

Stories For English 

Courses. Charles Scribner's 

Sons cl960.| Grade IX. 

net $2.25. 
f. o b. To^owa, N J. 
Nickerson, Donald R. 
Contemporary Essays, pa- 
perback. Ginn and Co. cl965. 
Grade XL net $2.01. 

f. o. b. Indianapolis, Ind. 
Pannwitt, Barbara. The 
Art of Short Fiction, paper- 
back. Ginn and Co. Grade 
XL cl964. net $2.01. 

f. o. b. Indianapolis, Ind. 
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Banks et al. Algebra: Its 
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Algebra and Trigonom- 
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ern Trigonometry. Grade 
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Wilcox, Marie. Mathemat- 
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Shorthand For College: Vol. 
TI. net $4.60. 

f.o.b. Hightstown, N. J. 
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Bartee. Digital Computer 
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f.o.b. Englewood Cliffs, N. J. 
Ciardi, J. How Does A 
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Hughes, H. Stuart. Con- 
temporary Europe: A His- 
tory. Prentice-Hall. cl961. 

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Forster, August. Ameri- 
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Lange, Howard R. Cater- 
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Deans et al. The Modern 
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ing Mathematics, Book 4. 
Learning Mathematics, 
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Thorndike et al. Thorn- 
dike-Barnhart Junior Dic- 
tionary. cl964. Scott, Fores- 
man and Company. 

Sterling et al. English Is 
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01961. D. C. Heath Com- 
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Cutright et al. Macmillan 
Social Studies Series: Liv- 
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Other Lands. Living in the 
Americas. Living in the Old 
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i-nn Company. 

Gross et al. Exploring 
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c!961. Follett Publishing 
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Drummond et al. Our 
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Allyn and Bacon, Inc. 

Clark et al. The Ameri- 
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Mason & Cartright. Trail 
Blazers of American His- 
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Betts & Welch. The Lan- 
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Street, Primer. Around 
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Beyond Treasure Valley. 
Along Friendly Roads. 
American Adventure. Ad- 
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Adventures Now and Then. 
cl963. American Book Com- 
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Gray et al. Curriculum 
Foundation Series: The New 
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Pratt & Meighan. The 
Prose and Poetry Series: 
Story Wagon. Story Time. 
Story Train. Story Carni- 
val. cl960. The L. W. Singer 
Company. 

McKee et al. Reading For 
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Bright Peaks. cl962. Hough- 
ton Mifflin Company. 

Johnson et al. Treasury 
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ries: Merry-Go-Round. Hap- 
piness Hill. Treat Shop. 
cl960. Charles E. Merrill 
Books, Inc. 

Barnard et al. Macmillan 
Science-Life Series: The 
Macmillan Science-Life One. 
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millan Science-Life Four. 
The Macmillan Science-Life 
Five. The Macmillan Sci- 
ence-Life Six. cl962. The 
Macmillan Company. 

Beauchamp et al. Basic 
Science Program: Science 
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Learning. cl961. Science Is 
Kxploring. cl961. Science Is 
Experimenting. cl962. Sci- 
ence Is Discovering. cl964. 
Scott, Foresman and Com- 
pany. 

Craig et al. Science To- 
day and Tomorrow Series: 
Science Near You. Science 
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Science. Adventuring In 
Science. Experimenting In 
Science. cl961. Ginn and 
Co. 

Schneider & Schneider. 
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and Now. Science Far and 
Near. Science In Your Life. 
Science In Our World. Sci- 
ence for Today and Tomor- 
row. cl961. D. C. Heath 
Company. 

Thurber. Exploring Sci- 
ence Series : Exploring 
Science One. Exploring Sci- 
ence Two. Exploring Sci- 
ence Three. Exploring 
Science Four. Exploring 
Science Five. Exploring Sci- 
oanence Six. cl964. Allyn & 
Bacon. 

Rogers et al. My Word 
Book Spelling Series: My 
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My Word Book 5. My Word 
Book 6. cl962. Lyons & 
C'arnahan. 

Brownell & Evans. ABC 
Health Series-Broad Streets. 
v.:> 959. American Book Com- 
pany. Grade V. 

Glenn et al. World of 
Music Series — Songs of 
Many Lands. (Englarged 
ed.). cl943. Ginn and Com- 
pany. Grade IV. 



Baron et al. Clerical Rec- 
ord Keeping. cl959. South- 
western Publishing Co. 
Grade X. 

Freeman et al. Bookkeep- 
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Graw-Hill Co. Grade XL 

Bassett & Agnew. Busi- 
ness Filing. cl955. South- 
Western Publishing Co. 
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Cadwalleder & Rice. Prin- 
ciples of Indexing and Fil- 
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pany. Grade XI. 

Fancher et al. Business 
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Getz. Business Law for 
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Heighes et al. General 
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Huffman et al. Arithmetic 
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Kirk et al. General Cleri- 
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tice-Hall. Grade XI. 

Mallory et al. Commer- 
cial Arithmetic. cl956. L. 
W. Singer. Grade IX. 

Piper et al. Applied Busi- 
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Scott et al. Everyday 
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Stickney et al. Office & 
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Balsey & Wanous. Short- 
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Carter et al. Briefhand 
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Gregg. Shorthand Manual 
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Gregg. Speed Building 
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Gregg. Dictation Simpli- 
fied. cl955. McGraw-Hill. 
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Gregg. Shorthand Man- 
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Rowe et al. Gregg Typing. 
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Wanous. Personal Type- 
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ern. Grade X. 

Blough & Switzer. Funda- 
mentals of Citizenship — Civ- 
ics and You. cl957. Laidlaw 
Brothers. Grade IX. 

Citizenship Ed. Project. 
When Men Are Free. cl955. 
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Comfort et al. Your Gov- 
ernment. cl954. McGraw- 
Hill. Grade 10. 

Edmonson et al. Civics. 
For Youth. cl954. Macmil- 
lan Company. Grade 9. 

Keohane et al. Govern- 
ment In Action. cl953. Har- 
court, Brace & World. Grade 

9 

Kidger et al. Problems 
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racy. cl955. Ginn & Co. 
Grade ?. 

Paquin & Irish. The Peo- 
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Patterson et al. Problems 
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Reid & Regan. Massachu- 
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Starret & Lewenstein. Our 
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Rowse & Nolan. Funda- 
mentals of Advertising. 
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11. 

Glenn. Youth At The 
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Goodman & Moore. Eco- 
nomics In Everyday Life. 
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Klein & Colvin. Economic 
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Wilson & Eyster. Con- 
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C1956. South-Western. Grade 
12. 

Boylan & Taylor. Graded 
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Brown et al. Writing: 
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Burleson. Adventures in 
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cl952. Allyn & Bacon. 
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Burnhan. Basic Composi- 
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Company. Grades 9 and 10. 

Daringer. Grammar For 
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court, Brace & World. Gr. 8. 

Davidson. Concise Ameri- 
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ric. cl959. Charles Scrib- 
ner's Sons. Grade 12. 

Drachman. Making 
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Elfert et al. Achieving 
Reading Skills. cl958. Globe 
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Findlay & Findlay. See 
What You Say. cl957. Pren- 
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Foley et al. Language For 
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Scribner's Sons. Grade 7 
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Fort-Markert. Speech For 
All. cl959. Allyn & Bacon. 
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G i 1 m a r t i n. Gilmartin's 
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Greene-John et al. New 
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Corbin et al. Guide to 
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man & Co. Grades 9-12. 

Hager et al. Business Eng- 
lish & Letter Writing. cl953. 
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Herzberg et al. Better 
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Leavell & Caughran. 
Golden Rule Series: Read- 
ing With Purpose, Reading 
For Significance, c 1 9 5 9 . 
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Miller. Word Wealth. 
cl958. Holt, Rinehart & 
Winston. Gr. 10. 

McCutchen et al. Goals of 
Democracy. cl962. Macmil- 
lan Co. Grade 12. 

Thorndike-Barnhart. Ad- 
vanced Junior Dictionary. 
High School Dictionary. 
cl962. Scott, Foresman and 
Company. Grades 7-9. 

Balsey & Wanous. Short- 
hand Transcription Studies. 
cl958. r-60. South-Western. 
Grades 11. 

Riddlesbarger & Still- 
wagon. Easy English Exer- 
cises. cl956. Harcourt, Brace 
& World. Gr. 7. 

Shane et al. Growth in 
Good English. cl958. Laid- 
law Bros. Gr. 7. 

Shostak - Van Steenberg. 
Exercises for Skill in Eng- 
lish. cl949. Oxford Book 
Company. Grade 10. 

Smith et al. Learning To 
Write. cl957. D. C. Heath & 
Co. Gr. 11. 

Strunk & White. Ele- 
ments of Style. cl959 (pa- 
per). Macmillan Co. Gr. ?. 

Tanner. Correct English. 
Introductory Course. cl945. 
Ginn & Co. Gr. ?. 

Tressler et al. English In 
Action Series: Course 1, 
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4. cl955. D. C. Heath Co. 
Grades 9-12. 

Walters. Word Studies. 
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10. 

Warriner. Handbook of 
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Warriner. English Gram- 
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Wolfe et al. Enjoying Eng- 
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lish 7. cl965. Enjoying 
English 8. cl965. Enjoy- 
ing English 9. cl964. L. W. 
Singer. Gr. 7-9. 

Wooley et al. Handbook 
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C1952. D. C. Heath. Gr. 12. 



Agnew & McCarthy. Prose 
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cl954. L. W. Singer. Grade 
11. 

Aldrich. The Story of a 
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Houghton Mifflin. Gr. 7. 

American Adventure Se- 
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Indian. cl951. (Anderson). 
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Grant Marsh, Steamboat 
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Austen. Pride and Preju- 
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B a r r i e . Representative 
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ner's Sons. Gr. 12. 

Bennett et al. Master 
Skylark. cl953. Globe Book 
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Boas & Smith. Enjoyment 
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court, Brace & World. Gr. 
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Bouton. Western Stories 
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Bowen-Stenhouse. Uankee 
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Bronte, ed. Carlin. cl946. 
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Bronte, ed. Withers et al. 
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Burke. Speech on Concili- 
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Burton & Mersand. Sto- 
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Carver et al. Life In Lit- 
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day. cl959. Prentice-Hall, 
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Certner & Henry. Short 
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Chase (ed.). The Jack 
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Grade 8. 

Christ & Shostak. Short 
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Coleridge - Moff ett. The 
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Macmillan Company. Grade 
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Coleridge-Watrous. Three 
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Coolidge. Greek Myths. 
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Cooper et al. Tho Last of 
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Cooper-Brown. The Last 
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Scott, Foresman. Grade 9. 

Cooper. Modern Short 
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Crane - Law. The Red 
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Globe Book Co. Grade 10. 

Cronin-Law. The Citadel. 
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pany. Grade 12. 

Dana - Satz. Two Years 
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Defoe. Robinson Crusoe. 
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Defoe - Brown. Robinson 
Crusoe. cl951. Scott, Fores- 
man & Co. Grade 9. 

DeKruif-Grover. Microbe 
Hunter. cl932 Text Ed. Har- 
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11. 

Demille (ed.). Three Eng- 
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School For Scandal. cl924. 
Allyn & Bacon. Grade 9. 

Dickens-Bunce. Great Ex- 
pectations. cl951 (GRC). 
Globe Book Co. Gr. 9. 

Dickens. David Copper- 
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Dickens. Nicholas Nickle- 
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Dickens. A Tale of Two 
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Dickens. A Tale of Two 
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Dickens. A Tale of Two 
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Dickens. A Tale of Two 
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Eaton. Panorama. cl940. 
Harcourt, Brace & World. 
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Eaton. Short Stories For 
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Eberhart et al. Reading- 
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Edmunds-Brewer. Drums 
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Eliot. Silas Marner. Adap. 
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Engle & Carrier. Reading 
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Feigenbaum. Successful 
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Fuller & Achtenhagen. 
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Gates et al. The Macmil- 
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lan Company. Grade 7. 

Gray et al. Curriculum 
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More Parades. cl957. Pano- 
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Hardy. The Return of the 
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Hart & Perry-Moffett. 
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Herzberg. Adventures in 
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Holder et al. Journeys In 
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Homer & Christ. The 
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Homer (Bates). The Odys- 
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Homer-Palmer. The Odys- 
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Houghton Mifflin. Grade j.o. 

Hovious. New Trails in 
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Hudson. Green Mansions. 
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Hugo et al. Les Mise- 
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Humphreville. Easy Rdg. 
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cl956. Scott, Foresman. Gr. 
7. 

Hyde (ed.). Modern Biog- 
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Irving. Sketch Book. D. C. 
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Jameson. Essays Old and 
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Jewett. Reading for En- 
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Jewett. Reading for En- 
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Jewett. Reading for En- 
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Johnston. To Have and To 
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Keyes and Roth. Compar- 
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Kipling. (Bunce, adap.) 
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Harcourt Brace and World. 
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Lake. Wyatt Earp, Fron- 
tier Marshall. c. 1931. 
Houghton Mifflin Co. Grade 
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Lass, et al. Stories for 
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Grade 10. 

Lewittes. Anne Frank, the 
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Globe Book Co. Grade 7. 

Lieberman. Poems For 
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London-Mitchell. The Call 
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London - Sandrus. Easy 
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McClay and Judson. Story 
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McNeil et al. Living Po- 
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Meader. Bulldozer. cl955. 
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Melville. Moby Dick. ed. 
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Moody. Little Britches: 
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Murphy et al. Let's Read 
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Neyhart. Henry Ford, En- 
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Nordhoff & Hall. Mutiny 
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Nordhoff & Hall. The 
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O'Daly & Nieman. Adven- 
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O'Daly & Nieman. Adven- 
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O'Keefe & Guindon, Junior 
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Poe-Depew. Poe's Stories 
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Pooley et al. America 
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Pyle and Tourison. Men of 
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Read, (ed.) Noble's Com- 
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Scott. Lady of the Lake, 
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Shakespeare. Hamlet. The 
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Shakespeare. Macbeth, In- 
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Shakespeare. A Midsum- 
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Shakespeare. Stratton. 
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Sheldon & McCracken. 
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Skinner & Kimbrough- 
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Sterner. Favorite Short 
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Stevenson. Treasure Is- 
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Stevenson. Treasure Is- 
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D. C. Heath Co. Grade 8. 
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Strang et al. Teen- Age 
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Tennyson. Idylls of The 
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Company. Grade 11. 


Book Seven. cl956. Ameri- 


Schacht & McLennan. 


can Book Co. Grade 7. 


Plane Geometry. cl957. Holt. 


Bridgman et al. The 


Rinehart & Winston. Grade 


American Singer Series. 


10. 


Book Eight. cl957. Grade 8. 


Seymour et al. Geometry 


Cooper et al. Music In Our 


for High Schools. cl958. 


Life. cl959. Silver Burdett 


Macmillan Company. Grade 


Co. Grade 7. 


10. 


Ehret et al. Music for 


Skolnik et al. Dynamic Solid 


Everyone. cl959. Prentice- 


Geometry. cl952. D. Van 


Hall Company. Grade 8. 


Nostrand Co. Grade 12. 


Ernst et al. Birchard 


Slade and Margolis. Math- 


Music Series. Book 7. cl959. 


ematics for Technical and 


Summy-Birchard Publish- 


Vocational Schools. cl955. 


ing Company. Grade 7. 


Grade 10. 


Farnsworth et al. Sing- 


Smith & Lankford. Al- 


ing Youth. cl935. Summy- 


gebra One. cl955. Harcourt, 


Birchard Publishing Com- 


Brace & World. Grade 9. 


pany. Grade 10. 


Smith & Lankford. Alge- 


Glenn et al. The World 


bra Two. cl955. Harcourt, 


of Music Series. Sing Along. 


Brace & World. Grade 9. 


cl952. Ginn & Company. 


Smith & Marino. Plane 


Grade 7. 


Geometry,. cl948. Charles E. 


McConathy et al. New 


Merrill Books, Inc. Grade 


Music Horizons Series. 


10. 


World Music Horizons. 


Spiller et al. Today's 


cl951. Silver Burdett Com- 


Geometry. cl958. Prentice- 


pany. Grade 9. 


Hall Co. Grade 10. 


Wolfe et al. Together We 


Stokes et al. Arithmetic 


Sing Series. Music Sounds 


In My World. 7. cl958. Al- 


Afar. cl958. Follett Pub- 


lyn & Bacon Co. Grade 7. 


lishing Company. Grade 7. 


Stokes et al. Arithmetic 


Wolfe et al. Together We 


In My World 8. cl958. Al- 


Sing Series. Proudly We 


lyn & Bacon Co. Grade 8. 


Sing. cl958. Follett Pub- 


Watts & Rule. Descrip- 


lishing Company. Grade 8. 


tive Geometry. cl946. Pren- 


Sergievsky. The Captain's 


tice-Hall, Inc. Grade 12. 


Daughter. cl946. Interna- 


Weeks & Adkins. First 


tional University Press. 


Course in Algebra. cl961. 


Grade 12. 


Ginn & Co. Grade 9. 


Fitzpatrick & Bain. Liv- 


Weeks & Funkhouser. 


ing Things. cl958. Holt, 


Plane Trigonometry With 


Rinehart & Winston Com- 


Four Place Tables. cl953. 


pany. Grade 10. 


D. Van Nostrand Company. 


Baker et al. New Dynamic 


Grade 12. 


Biology. cl959. Rand, 


Welchons et al. Plane 


McNally & Company. Grade 


Geometry. cl958. Ginn & 


10. 


Co. Grade 10. 


Hogg et al. Chemistry. A 


Welchons et al. New 


Basic Science. cl957. D. Van 


Solid Geometry. cl955. Ginn 


Nostrand Co. Grade 10. 


& Co. Grade 11. 


Jaffe. Chemical Calcula- 


Wheat et al. Row-Peter- 


tions. cl947. Harcourt, Brace 


son Arithmetic Book 7. 


& World Company. Grade 


cl959. Row-Peterson. Har- 


11. 


per Row Publishing Co. 


Latimer & Hildebrand. 


Grade 7. 


Reference Book of Inorganic 


Wheat et al. Row-Peter- 


Chemistry. cl951. The Mac- 


son Arithmetic Book 8. 


millan Company. Grade 12. 



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Pauling. College Chemis- 
try. cl955. W. H. Freeman 
Company. Grade 12. 

Barnard et al. A Total 
Program in Science. Science: 
A Search for Evidence. 
cl962. The Macmillan Com- 
pany. Grade 7. 

Barnard et al. A Total 
Program in Science. Science: 
A Way to Solve Problems. 
cl962. The Macmillan Com- 
pany. Grade 8. 

Beauchamp et al. Science 
Problems 1. cl964. Scott, 
Foresman & Company. 
Grade 7. 

Beauchamp et al. Science 
Problems 2. cl964. Scott, 
Foresman & Company. 
Grade 8. 

Brandwein et al. Science 
for Better Living Series. 
You and Your Inheritance. 
cl953. Harcourt, Brace & 
World. Grade 8. 

Brandwein et al. Science 
for Better Living Series. 
Complete Course. cl952. 
Harcourt, Brace & World. 
Grade 9. 

Carroll et al. Understand- 
ing Science Series. Science 
In Our Environment. cl957. 
Winston Publications. Grade 
7. 

Carroll et al. Understand- 
ing Science Series. Science 
In Our World. cl957. Wins- 
ton Publications. Grade 8. 

Carroll et al. Understand- 
ing Science Series. Science 
in the Universe. cl958. 
Grade 9. Winston Publica- 
tions. 

Davis et al. Holt Science 
1 Observation and Experi- 
ment. cl962. Holt, Rine- 
hart & Winston. Grade 7. 

Davis et al. Holt Science 
Program. Science 2. Ex- 
periment and Discovery. 
cl962. Holt, Rinehart & 
Winston. Grade 8. 

Davis et al. Holt Science 
Program. Science 3. Dis- 
covery and Progress. cl961. 
Holt Rinehart & Winston. 
Grade 9. 

Gilman et al. General Sci- 
ence Today. cl957. Rand 
McNally Co. Grade 7. 

Hogg et al. Physical Sci- 
ence — A Basic Course 
cl959. D. Van Nostrand 
& Company. Grade 9. 

Jacobsen et al. ABC Sci- 
ence — A Basic Course. cl959. 
American Book Company. 
Grade 7. 



Obourn et al. Science in 
Everyday Life. c!958. D. 
Van Nostrand Company. 
Grade 9. 

Painter and Skewes. Gen- 
eral Science for High School. 
cl955. Mentzer Bush & 
Company. Grade 9. 

Black-Davis. Elementary 
Pract cal Physics. cl949. 
Macmillan Company. Grade 
10. 

Boylan. Elements of Phys- 
ics. cl958. Allyn & Bacon. 
Grade 10. 

Burns et al. Physics. A 
Basic Science. cl954. D. Van 
Nostrand Co. Grade 11. 

Marcus. Physics for Mod- 
ern Times. cl952. Prentice 
Hall. Grade 10. 

Timble. Elements of Elec- 
tricity. cl953. John Wiley & 
Sons. Grade 10. 

Alarcon. El Sombrero De 
Tres Picos (paper) cl958. D. 
C. Heath Co. Grade 12. 

Arjona et al. Fronteras 1. 
cl952. Scott, Foresman & 
Co. Grade 9. 

Arjona. Fronteras 2. cl951. 
Scott, Foresman & Co. 
Grade 10. 

Babcock et al. Children of 
the American-Spanish Se- 
ries. Paco en el Peru. cl957. 
Harr Wagner Co. Grade 7. 

Babcock et al. Children of 
the American-Spanish Se- 
ries. Carlos en el Caribe. 
cl958. Harr Wagner Co. 
Grade 7. 

Babcock et al. Children 
of the American-Spanish 
Series. Miguel en Mexico. 
cl958. Harr Wagner Co. 
Grade 7. 

Breton et al. Espana a 
vista de pajaro. cl956. 
Charles Scribner's Sons. 
Grade 11. 

Crow & Crow. Panorama 
de Las Americas. cl956. 
Holt, Rinehart and Winston 
Co. Grade 9. 

Garcia et al. Nuevas Lec- 
turas. cl952. paperback. D. 
C. Heath Co. Grade 10. 

Ginsburg & Nassi. Pri- 
mera Vista. cl959. Allyn & 
Bacon. Grade 9. 

Jarrett et al. El Camino 
Real. Book Two. cl958. 
Houghton Mifflin Company. 
Grade 10. 

Jarrett. Sal y Sabor de 
Mexico cl944. Houghton 
Mifflin Company. Grade 10. 



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LaGrone. Basic Conver- 
sational Spanish. cl957. 
Houghton Mifflin Co. Grade 

11. 

Lopez & Brown. Vamos a 
Hablar Espanal. cl949. D. 
C. Heath Company. Grade 7. 

Pittaro & Green. Primer 
Curso Para Todos. cl959. D. 

C. Heath Company. Grade 8. 
Pittaro & Green. Curso 

Moderno de Espanol. cl951. 

D. C. Heath Company. 
Grade 9. 

P ttaro. Nuevos Cuentos 
Contados. cl942. D. C. Heath 
Company. Grade 10. 

Pittaro & Green. Cuentos 
Contedos. cl925. illus. D. C. 
Heath Company. Grade 9. 

Redfield. El Gusto es Mio. 
cl958. D. C. Heath Company. 
Grade 7. 

Staubach & Walsh. First 
Year Spanish. cl959. Ginn & 
Company. Grade 9. 

Wofsy. Lecturas Faciles y 
Utiles. cl959. Charles Scrib- 
ner's Sons. Grade 10. 

Finch et al. Spelling for 
you cl959. Prentice-Hall. 
Grade 7. 

Taylor et al. Correct Spell- 
Seventh Year. cl949. Noble 
& Noble. Publ. Grade 7. 

Laid over. 

SALARY SCHEDULE 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following: 

ORDERED, That the 
School Committee approve 
Groups 1 and 2 of the 1966- 
67 Schedule of Salaries for 
Teachers, Members of the 
Supervising Staff and Cer- 
tain Others, as follows: 
GROUP 1 
Ranks 

Teachers 

Assistant Instructors 

Guidance Advisers 

Instructors 

Junior Masters 

Librarians 

Masters 

Senior Assistants 

Senior Instructors 

Trade Assistants 

SALARY 

Bachelor's Degree or other 

certification 

Minimum Annual Maximum 

Increment 

S5500 $9300 

St l P 6 @ $300 5500 

2 2 & $400 5800 

3 1 ® $500 6100 

4 1 ® $700 6400 

5 6700 

6 7000 

7 7300 
o 7700 
o 8100 

in 8600 

It 9300 





Master's Degree 


Minimum 




Annual 
Increment 


Maximum 


$6000 






S9800 


Step 








1 






6000 


2 


6 


® $300 


6300 


3 


2 


& $400 


6600 


4 


1 


& S500 


6900 


5 


1 


@ S700 


7200 


6 






7500 


7 






7800 


8 






8200 


9 






8600 


10 






9100 


11 






9800 




Doct 


Minimum 




Annual 
Increment 


Maximum 


$6500 






$10,000 


Step 








1 


6 


@ $300 


6500 


2 


2 


<3> $400 


6800 


3 


1 


@ $500 


7100 


4 


1 


<3> $700 


7400 


5 






7700 


6 






8000 


7 






8300 


8 






S700 


9 






9a 00 


10 






9600 


11 






10.300 



GROUP 2 
Ranks 
Assistant Principals 
Coordinators 
Division Foremen 
Division Heads 
Guidance Counselors 
Heads of Department 
Research Assistants 
School Adjustment Coun- 
selors 
Shop Foremen 
* Supervisors 
Teacher Coordinators 
Vocational Assistants 
Vocational Instructors 

Salary 

Minimum Annual Maximum 

Increment 

$10,400 $11,000 

Step 

1 10,400 

2 2 @ $300 10,700 

3 11,000 
♦Supervisors employed in that 

position August 31. 1965 shall 
be placed on the second step of 
this group schedule except Shop 
Supervisors and Supervisor, Physi- 
cally Handicapped Children. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1. 

DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL HEALTH 
SERVICES 
The following was of- 
fered 1 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing persons certified as 
eligible by the Division of 
Civil Service be appointed to 
the position of permanent 
part-time School Physician 
to take effect April 1, 1966: 
Emil G. Maloof 
Eric C. Loth 
Lawrence Kvitka 
On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 
YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 



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135 



Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 
NAYS — 0. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That there 
be allowed and paid to the 
following-named school 
physicians in the Depart- 
ment of School Health Serv- 
ices, compensation at the 
rate of ten dollars ($10.00) 
per hour for extra services 
at the Science Fair in the 
Boston Latin School on the 
dates indicated: 

Maurice C Fisher, M. D., 
School Physician. April 2, 
1966 — one session (three 
and one-haK hours). 
Joseph Laserson M. D., 
School Physician. April 1, 
1966 — one session (three 
and one-half hours). 
April 2, 1966 — one session 
(four hours). 

Charles Silverstein, M. D., 
School Physician. April 1, 
1966 — one session (three 
ane one-half hours). - 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS - - Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs Lee McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

AMENDMENT OF TITLE- 

— COMPUTER SYSTEMS 

ANALYST 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the or- 
der passed at the School 
Committee meeting of Jan- 
uary 31. 1966, establishing 
the position of Systems 
Analyst, be amended to 
show the title as Computer 
Systems Analyst. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

NEGOTIATING TEAM 

GRANTED LEAVE OF 
ABSENCE 

Mr. Eisenstadt offered 
the following : 

ORDERED, That each 
teaching member of the 
Boston Teachers' Union ne- 



gotiating team be granted 
ten days' leave of absence 
without loss of pay. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

PROMOTIONS, 
APPOINTMENTS, 

TRANSFERS 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

OFFICES and SCHOOLS 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, the 
folowing-named persons be 
provisionally promoted to 
the positions indicated, ef- 
fective March 30, 1966: 

Faye Geller, Clerk and 
Typist to Senior Clerk and 
Typist, Office of Business 
Manager 

Timothy F. Cleary, Clerk 
and Typist to Senior Clerk 
and Typist, Office of Busi- 
ness Manager 

Margaret C. Pratt, Clerk 
and Stenographer to Senior 
Clerk and Stenographer, Of- 
fice of Program Develop- 
ment 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. H ic k s, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS — 0. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named persons, cer- 
tified as eligible by the Di- 
vision of Civil Service, be 
appointed to the position of 
Principal Clerk-School Sec- 
retary, effective March 16, 
1966: 

Ruth P. Callahan, Mary 
E. Duffy, Eileen E. Cunniff, 
Margaret Rasmusen, Cath- 
erine G. Donahue, M. Rita 
McCarthy. Alice M. Galla- 
hue, Anna L. MacPhee, Lil- 
lian M. Turley, Nellie F. 
Sullivan, Helen F. Brady. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 



136 



MARCH 28, 1966 



O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, the 
following-named persons be 
temporarily transferred to 
the positions indicated ef- 
fective March 30, 1966: 

Patricia M. Lynch, Clerk 
and Typist to Senior Clerk 
and Typist, Office of Busi- 
ness Manager 

Marie P. O'Connor, Clerk 
and Typist to Senior Clerk 
and Typist, Office of Busi- 
ness Manager 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. H ic k s, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS — 0. 

RESIGNATION OF 
CUSTODIAN 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of 
March 28, 1966, reporting 
the resignation of Walter 
M. MacKay, junior building 
custodian, Boston Technical 
High School, to take effect 
on March 25, 1966. 

Accepted. 

APPOINTMENT 
RESCINDED 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of 
March 28, 1966, requesting 
that, subject to the approv- 
al of the School Committee, 
the appointment of Francis 
P. Harrington, junior build- 
ing custodian, as presented 
and approved at the meet- 
ing of March 14, 1966, be 
rescinded. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointment was 
rescinded by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

TRANSFERS OF 
CUSTODIANS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of 



March 28, 1966, recom- 
mending, subject to the ap- 
proval of the School Com- 
mittee, that the following 
senior building custodians 
who, by seniority and merit, 
stand at the head of the list, 
be transferred to the school 
indicated to take effect 
March 16, 1966. 

Philip P. Doherty, from 
Girls High to Jeremiah E. 
Burke High School. 

Salvatore J. Tardanico, 
from Administration Build- 
ing Annex to Charlestown 
High School. 

John H. Sheehan, from 
William E. Channing to 
Horace Mann School. 

William A. Walsh, from 
George H. Conley to Elihu 
Greenwood School. 

John T. Schoener, from 
Elihu Greenwood ( tempo- 
rary) to Francis Parkman 
School. 

Walter E. Chaffee, from 
Minot to James J. Chittick 
School. 

George A. McPhee, from 
John G. Whittier to Henry 
Abrahams School. 

James A. Cunningham, 
from Henry Abrahams 
(temporary) to Harvard 
School. 

John J. Callahan, from 
Edwin P. Seaver to Lucy 
Stone School. 

Robert H. O'Neil, from 
Benjamin Cushing to Wil- 
liam E. Endicott School. 

Achille J. Maraggia, from 
Roger Clap to Albert Palm- 
er School. 

Frank P. Chikowski, 
from Choate Burnham to 
Atherton School. 

Hugh A. Handley, Jr., 
from Atherton (temporary) 
to Ira Allen School. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. H ic k s, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS — 0. 

EXTENSION OF SICK 

LEAVE 
The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That Patrick 
J. Delaney, Junior Building 
Custodian, Administration 
Building, be granted an ex- 
tension of sick leave, with- 
out loss of pay, for a period 



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137 



of thirty days from March 
17, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. H ic k s, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS — 0. 

CHANGE OF CLASS 

GRADE 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the class 

grade of the Curtis Guild 

School be changed from #21 



to #23 for custodial pur- 
poses, to take effect March 
30, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. H ic k s, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS — 0. 



The Committe adjourned. 

Attest: 
EDWARD J. WINTER 

Secretary 



City op Boston 
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APRIL 14, 1966 



139 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



April 14, 1966 
A conference of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston was held in 
the Administration Build- 
ing, 15 Beacon Street, Bos- 
ton at 2:55 p. m., and ad- 
journed at 4:50 p. m. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, at 
4:51 p. m., and adjourned 
at 4:57 p. m 

BUSING 

Mr. Eisenstadt offered 
the following: 

ORDERED, That the or- 
der passed by the School 
Committee at the confer- 
ence held on August 6. 
1965, opposing any further 
busing of children, be re- 
scinded. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS— Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough and Eisenstadt — 
3. 

NAYS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Mr. O'Connor— 2. 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following : 

ORDERED, That there be 
no busing withing the city 
for the sole purpose of re- 
lieving racial imbalance. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

ELECTION OF 

ASSOCIATE 

SUPERINTENDENT 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Apr. 
14, 1966, respectfully pre- 
senting under the provisions 
of Chapter 208 of the Acts 
of 1965, the nomination of 
Mary E. Vaughan as As- 
sociate Superintendent, be- 



ginning Sept. 1, 1966, for 
the unexpired term ending 
Aug. 31, 1970. 

The Secretary was direct- 
ed to call the roll and the 
members as their names 
were called respectively 
stated that they voted as 
follows: 

Mrs. Hicks— Miss Vaughan 
Mr. Lee — Miss Vaughan 
Mr. McDonough Miss 

Vaughan 
Mr. O'Connor — Miss 

Vaughan 
Mr. Eis enstadt — Miss 

Vaughan 

The Chaii declared Miss 
Mary E. Vaughan, unani- 
mously elected as Associ- 
ate Superintendent of 
Schools, to lake effect Sept. 
1, 1966, and to continue for 
the unexpired term ending 
Aug. 31, 1970. 

ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL 

TRACK TEAM TO 

PARTICIPATE IN 

RELAY GAMES 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
English High School Track 
Team be authorized to par- 
ticipate in the University 
of Pennsylvania Relay 
Games to be held in Phila- 
delphia, Pennsylvania, on 
April 30, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTIONS 

The following was offered 1 

ORDERED, That James 
W. Dailey, Manager, Data 
Processing, be authorized to 
attend the Association of 
Educational Data Systems 
Convention, to be held in 
Philadelphia, Pa., May 1 to 
4, 1966, inclusive, at a cost 
to the city not to exceed one 
hundred twenty-five dollars 
($125). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 



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APRIL 14, 1966 



The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That Leo 
Burke, Business Manager, 
William Gorman, Deputy 
Business Manager and Ed- 
win McCaffrey, Schoolhouse 
Custodian, be authorized to 
attend the Association of 
School Business Officials 
Convention, to be held in 
Auburn, Massachusetts, May 
2 to 4, 1966, inclusive, at a 
cost to the city not to ex- 
ceed fifty dollars ($50) per 
person. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5. 

NAYS— 0. 



The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That Vincent 
P. Conners, Director, De- 
partment of Special Classes, 
is hereby authorized to at- 
tend the 90th Annual Meet- 
ing — American Association 
on Mental Deficiency, to be 
held in Chicago, Illinois, 
May 10 to 14, 1966, at a 



cost to the city not to ex- 
ceed two hundred and five 
dollars ($205). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That Thomas 
A. Roche, Director, Depart- 
ment of Vocational Educa- 
tion and Industrial Arts, is 
hereby authorized to attend 
the Regional Planning Com- 
mittee Meeting to be held in 
New York City, May 12 to 
14, 1966, at a cost to the city 
not to exceed ninety-five 
dollars ($95). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The Committee adjourned. 

Attest : 
EDWARD J. WINTER 

Secretary 



City op Boston 
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APRIL 29, 1966 



141 



CIFV OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



Apr. 29, 1966 
A conference of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston was held in 
the Administration Build- 
ing, 15 Beacon Street, Bos- 
ton at 1:25 p. m., and ad- 
journed at 2:28 p. m. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, a t 
2:30 p. m., and adjourned at 
2:40 p. m. 

ANNUAL 
APPROPRIATIONS 

The following communi- 
cation was presented: 

CITY OF BOSTON 
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR 

CITY HALL 
March 31, 1966 
The School Committee of 
the City of Boston 
Administration Building 
15 Beacon Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 
Gentlemen : 

I have received and re- 
viewed your 1966 budget 
estimates for alternations 
and repairs, land and build- 
ings, and general school pur- 
poses totalling $53,229,986.- 
96. The three budgets total 
$6,298,551 more than was ap- 
propriated for the same pur- 
poses in 1965. 

No decision has been made 
on how much to allow you 
of the amount requested for 
general school purposes 
above the statutory appro- 
priation limit. 

It is recommended, how- 
ever, that you act to reduce 
both the alterations and re- 
pairs budget and the land 
and buildings budget. Our 
analysis suggests that you 
reduce the former to 
$1,800,000, approximately 
the appropriation of 1965, 
since there was an unex- 
pended balance of over $1.4 
million on December 31, 
1965 in the $2 million extra- 



ordinary repairs loan au- 
thorization of last year. This 
means that the Department 
of School Buildings would 
have approximately $3.2 
million for making altera- 
tions and repairs in 1966. 
This is believed to be suffi- 
cient for the current year. 

With respect to the land 
and buildings budget, a re- 
duction to $150,000, some 
$16,000 more than last year's 
appropriation, is recom- 
mended. In effect, this calls 
for elimination of $559,- 
825.37 for land acquisition 
purposes cited in the bud- 
get. This recommendation 
is made because there re- 
mains $4.2 million still un- 
issued from the $5 million 
loan authorization of 1962 
for construction of school 
buildings. This authoriza- 
tion can be used to acquire 
land for school buildings to 
be constructed under the 
$29 million and $19 million 
loans authorized in 1963 
and 1966, respectively. 

I shall withhold a de- 
cision on the amounts re- 
quested for general school 
purposes until the above 
recommendations are acted 
upon and until the solu- 
tions to our fiscal problems 
become defined more 
clearly. 

(Signed) 
Respectfully, 
John F. Collins 
Mayor 
Placed on file. 

LAND AND BUILDINGS 

CHAIRMAN: The ques- 
tion now comes: Shall the 
appropriation for Land and 
Buildings, $709,825 — pass, 
notwithstanding the recom- 
mendation of His Honor, 
the Mayor that this amount 
be reduced to $150,000? 

The Secretary was di- 
rected to call the roll, and 
the members, as their 
names were called, re- 
spectively voted as fol- 
lows: 

Mrs. Hicks — No 
Mr. Lee — No 
Mr. McDonough — No 
Mr. O'Connor — No 
Mr. Eisenstadt — No 
The Chair then stated 
that the order making an 
appropriation for Land and 
Buildings reads as follows: 



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3. ORDERED, That under 
the provisions of Chapter 
224 of the Acts of 1936, as 
amended by Chapter 513 of 
the Acts of 1945, Chapter 
117 of the Acts of 1949, and 
Chapter 786 of the Acts of 
1963, the Board of Asses- 
sors is hereby notified that 
the School Committee of 
the City of Boston has ap- 
propriated for the fiscal 
year 1966 the sum of $150,- 
000 for Land and Buildings 
for schools, including rent 
of hired school accommoda- 
tions. 

ALTERATIONS AND 
REPAIRS 

CHAIRMAN: The ques- 
tion now comes: Shall the 
appropriation for Altera- 
tions and Repairs, $2,470,- 
800 — pass, notwithstanding 
the recommendation of His 
Honor, the Mayor that this 
amount be reduced to $1,- 
800,000? 

The Secretary was direct- 
ed to call the roll, and the 
members, as their names 
were called, respectively 
voted as follows: 

Mrs. Hicks: Yes 

Mr. Lee: Yes 

Mr. McDonough: No 

Mr. O'Connor: If we don't 
take this out there will be 
harm done to our salary 
schedule. No. 

Mr. Eisenstadt: No. 

The Chairman then stated 
that the order appropriating 
funds for the maintenance 
of the Boston Public Schools 
(General School Purposes 
plus Alterations and Re- 
pairs) reads as follows: 

1. ORDERED, That under 
the provisions of Chapter 
224 of the Acts of 1936, as 
amended by Chapter 513 of 
the Acts of 1945, Chapter 
117 of the Acts of 1949, and 
Chapter 786 of the Acts of 
1963, the Board of Assessors 
is hereby notified that the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston has appropri- 
ated for the fiscal year 1966 
the sum of $48,230,788.00 for 
maintenance of the Boston 
Public Schools (General 
School Purposes, $46,430,- 
788.00 plus Alterations and 
Repair of School Buildings, 
$1,800,000.00). 

(This is exclusive of any 
additional appropriation for 



General School Purposes 
which the City Council may 
approve.) 

Mrs. Hicks: Moved to 
amend by substituting 
$2,470,800 for $1,800,000, 
making the total amount 
for maintenance of the Bos- 
ton Public Schools $48,901,- 
588. 

On roll call the motion 
to amend failed by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Mr. Lee— 2 

NAYS — Messrs. Mc- 
Donough, O'Connor and 
Eisenstadt — 3 

On roll call the order ap- 
propriating $48,230,788 for 
maintenance of the Boston 
Public Schools passed by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was 
received from the Business 
Manager, under date of 
Apr. 29, 1966, reporting 
that under the provisions 
of Chapter 224 of the Acts 
of 1936, as amended by 
Chapter 513 of the Acts of 
1945, Chapter 117 of the 
Acts of 1949 and Chapter 
786 of the Acts of 1963, the 
School Committee is re- 
quired to certify not later 
than May 1st of each fiscal 
year to the Board of Asses- 
sors the amount of the ap- 
propriations made by the 
School Com mittee that 
must be raised by taxation. 

The final total of the 
appropriations made by the 
School Com mittee for 
school purposes for the 
year 1966 within the statu- 
tory power of the School 
Committee to make appro- 
priations is $48,380,788. 
made up as follows: (This 
is exclusive of any addi- 
tional appropriation for 
General School Purposes 
which the City Council 
may approve.) 

(a) General School 

Purposes $46,430,788. 

(b) Alteration and 
Repair of School 
Buildings $1,800,000. 

(c) Land and Build- 
ings for schools, 
including rent of 
hired school ac- 
commodations 150,000. 



Total 



$48,380,788. 



APRIL 29, 1966 



143 



The Business Manager 
recommends the passage of 
the accompanying orders 
certifying to the Board of 
Assessors that the sum of 
$46,007,963.93, is to be 
raised by taxation for 
school purposes in the year 
1966, within the statutory 
power of the School Com- 
mittee to make appropria- 
tions. 

Placed on file. 

NOTICE TO BOARD OF 
ASSESSORS 
The following was of- 
fered : 

1. ORDERED, That under 
the provisions of Chapter 
224 of the Acts of 1936, as 
amended by Chapter 513 of 
the Acts of 1945, Chapter 
117 of the Acts of 1949, and 
Chapter 786 of the Acts of 
1963, the Board of Asses- 
sors is hereby notified that 
the School Committee of 
the City of Boston has ap- 
propriated for the fiscal 
year 1966 the sum of $48,- 
230,788.00 for maintenance 
of the Boston Public Schools 
(General School Purposes, 
$46,430,788.00 plus Altera- 
tions and Repair of School 
Buildings, $1,800,000.00). 

(This is exclusive of any 
additional appropriation for 
General School Purposes 
which the City Council may 
approve. ) 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— O 

The following was of- 
fered: 

2. ORDERED, That the 
Board of Assessors is here- 
by further notified that of 
the amount appropriated 
for maintenance (General 
School Purposes and Altera- 
tions and Repairs), as speci- 
fied in the preceding order, 
viz., $48,230,788.00, the sum 
of $45,858,158.30 within the 
statutory power of the 
School Committee to make 
appropriations, should be 
included in the total amount 
to be raised by taxation 
for maintenance. The 



balance, $2,372,629.70 will 
be obtained as follows: 

Unexpended balance. 
Alteration and Re- 
pair of School 
Buildings, 1965 $ 58,053.89 

Unexpended balance 
General School Pur- 
poses. 1965 314.575.81 

Estimated Income 
General School Pur- 
poses, 1966 2.000.000.00 



Total of Credits for 
Maintenance (Gen- 
eral School Pur- 
poses and Altera- 
tion and Repair of 
School Buildings) 52,375,629.70 

(This is exclusive of any 
additional appropriation for 
General School Purposes 
which the City Council may 
approve.) 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered : 

3. ORDERED, That the 
provisions of Chapter 224 of 
the Acts of 1936, as amend- 
ed by Chapter 513 of the 
Acts of 1945, Chapter 117 of 
the Acts of 1949, and Chap- 
ter 786 of the Acts of 1963, 
the Board of Assessors is 
hereby notified that the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston has appropri- 
ated for the fiscal year 1966 
the sum of $150,000 for 
Land and Buildings for 
schools, including rent of 
hired school accommoda- 
tions. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eistenstadt 
—5 
NAYS — 

The following was offered : 

4. ORDERED, That the 
Board of Assessors is hereby 
further notified that of the 
amount appropriated for 
Land and Buildings as speci- 
fied in the preceding order, 
viz., $150,000.00, the sum of 
$149,805.63 should be in- 
cluded in the total amount 
to be raised by taxation. The 
balance, $194.37, will be ob- 
tained as follows: 

Unexpended balance, ap- 
propriations for land and 
buildings for schools, includ- 



i 



144 



APRIL 29, 1966 



ing rent of hired school ac- 
commodations, 1965 $194.37 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eistenstadt 
—5 

NAYS — 



SUMMARY 

The following summary shows the appropriations which have been 
made by the School Committee, the total credits, and the amount to be 
raised by taxation for the fiscal year 1966, but exclusive of anv addi- 
tional appropriation for General School Purposes which the City Coun- 
cil may approve. 

Appropriations Amounts to 



by 
School Committee 



Credits 



be raised by 
Taxation 



School Committee — General 

School Purposes $46,430,788.00 §2,314 575.81 $44,116 212 19 

Department of School 

Buildings — Alteration and 

Repair of School Buildings 1,800,000.00 58,053.89 1 741 $46 11 



$48,230,788.00 $2,372,629.70 $45,858,158.30 
Department of School Build- 
ings — Land and Buildings 
for Schools, including 
rent of hired school 
accommodations 150,000.00 194.37 149,805 63 



Totals $48,380,788.00 $2,372,824.07 $46,007,963.93 

The foregoing was ordered spread upon the record. 



RULES AND 
REGULATIONS 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing section of the Rules 
and Regulations be adopted: 

Sect. 332. 1. Teachers, 
members of the supervising 
staff and school nurses shall 
enter the service upon the 
minimum salary of their re- 
spective ranks, except as 
hereinafter provided. 

2 (a). If such teachers 
and members of the super- 
vising staff are receiving a 
salary equal to or in excess 
of the minimum salary of 
the rank to which they may 
be appointed, they shall be 
placed upon that year of the 
schedule which most nearly 
approaches, but is not less 
than the salary they are re- 
ceiving in a teaching posi- 
tion at the time of their 
appointment; provided, that 
salaries may be based upon 
the regular annual compen- 
sation received in positions 
identical with or definitely 
related to the instruction 
which teachers are to give 
up to the maximum but not 
in excess of this salary 
schedule. 

2 (b). If school nurses 
are receiving a salary equal 
to or in excess of the mini- 



mum salary of the rank to 
which they may be ap- 
pointed, they shall be 
placed upon that year of 
the salary schedule which 
most nearly approaches but 
is not less than the salary 
they are receiving at the 
time of appointment, up to 
the maximum but not in 
excess of this salary sched- 
ule. 

2 (c). Teachers and 
school nurses appointed to 
permanent service shall be 
placed upon that year of 
the salary schedule to which 
their years of permanent, 
permanent substitute, and 
temporary service in the 
Boston public schools en- 
title them. For salary pur- 
poses one hundred twenty 
(120) days within a school 
year shall be credited as 
one year's teaching experi- 
ence. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt— 5 

NAYS— 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest: 

EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary 



City op Boston 
Printing a^§l!g8» Section 



MAY 2, 1966 



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CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



May 2, 1966 
A conference of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, at 
7:35 p. m., recessed at 9:46 
p. m., resumed at 10:45 p. m., 
and adjourned at 11:08 p. m. 
Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

The executive session be- 
gan at 10 p. m., and ad- 
journed at 10:35 p. m. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building at 
11:10 p. m., and adjourned 
at 11:53 p. m. 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the meeting of Mar. 
21, 1966, be amended as 
follows : 

Under Attendance at Con- 
ventions— "ORDERED, That 
Martin Hunt, Robert Dever 
and Robert Murray, teacher- 
investigators, be authorized 
to attend the Forty-Fourth 
Annual Meeting of the Na- 
tional Council of Teachers 
of Mathematics, to be held in 
New York City, Apr. 13 to 
16. 1966, inclusive, funds to 
be paid out of Title I— ESEA 
funds." Insert the following 
— "not to exceed one hun- 
dred forty-five d o 11 a r s 
($145) per person." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

ACCEPTANCE OF 
OFFICE 
The following communica- 
tion was presented: 

April 7, 1966 
Mr. Edward J. Winter, 
Secretary 



Boston School Committee 
15 Beacon Street 
Boston, Massachusetts 
Dear. Mr. Winter: 

May I acknowledge with 
appreciation your communi- 
cation of April 4, 1966, no- 
tifying me that at a meeting 
of the School Committee 
held on Monday, March 28, 
1966, I was unanimously re- 
elected Superintendent of 
Public Schools for a six-year 
term beginning September 
1, 1966. 

It is a pleasure for me to 
accept the position of Super- 
intendent of Public Schools 
to which I was re-elected. 

Kindly convej* to the 
members of the School Com- 
mittee my cordial thanks for 
their expression of confi- 
dence. 

Sincerely yours, 

(Signed) 

WILLIAM H. OHREN- 

BERGER 

Superintendent of Public 

Schools 

Placed on file 

The following communi 
cation was presented: 

April 4, 1966 
Mr. Edward J. Winter 
Secretary 

Boston School Committee 
Dear Mr. Winter: 

Thank you for your let- 
ter of April 4, 1966 informing 
me that at the School Com- 
mittee meeting held on 
March 28, 1966, I was re- 
elected Associate Superin- 
tendent of Schools for the 
term of six years beginning 
September 1, 1966. 

Please express my thanks 
to Superintendent William 
H. Ohrenberger, and to the 
members of the Boston 
School Committee for the 
confidence they have placed 
in me. 

Sincerly, 
(Signed) William G. Tobin 
Associate Superintendent 

Placed on file. 

RESIGNATIONS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of May 2, 
1966 reporting the resigna- 
tion of the following-named 
teachers, to take effect on 
the dates stated: 



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Agassiz District— Cynthia 
S. Gould, teacher, elemen- 
tary, Mar. 14. 1966. 

Christopher Gibson Dis- 
trict — Jane Krasker, 
teacher, special class, Mar. 

15. 1966. 

Dearborn District— Mar- 
tha J. Ozretich, teacher, 
primary, Mar. 22, 1966. 

Donald McKay— Samuel 
A -lams District— Gail Buck- 
ley Eldridge, teacher, spe- 
cial class, June 18, 1964. 

Edmund P. Tileston Dis- 
trict—Mary Sullivan Lochi- 
atto teacher, primary, Mar. 
22, 1966. 

Ellis Mendell District- 
Barbara Feinberg Podoff, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
June 30, 1966. 

Francis Parkman District 
—Carol Scarpitti Fitzger- 
ald, teacher, junior high, 
Mar. 31, 1966; Anne T. 
Dolan, teacher, primary, 
Apr. 16, 1966. 

Jefferson District— Edith 
B. Sheehan, teacher, kinder- 
garten, Apr 1, 1966. 

Martin District — Judith 
D. Gramstorff, teacher, pri- 
mary, Aug. 31, 1966. 

Norcross District — Har- 
riet L. Gens, teacher, pri- 
mary, Apr. 20, 1966. 

Patrick F Lyndon Dis- 
trict — Constance E. Kowal- 
ski, teacher, primary, Apr. 
18, 1966. 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School— Herbert A. 
Drew, teacher, special class, 
Apr. 5, 1966. 

Paul A. Dever District — 
Harriet Becker, teacher, 
primary, Mar. 14, 1966. 

William Howard Taft 
Junior High School — Ar- 
thur J. O'Shea, guidance 
adviser, Mar 31, 1966. 

Dept. of Speech and Lip- 
reading Services — Lois 
Jaffe Simmons, teacher, 
May 20, 1966. 

Accepted. 

RETIREMENTS ON 
PENSION 
A comunication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting the re- 
tirement from active serv- 
ice of the following-named 
member of the State-Boston 
Retirement System, to take 
effect on the date stated, 
as certified by the Boston 
Retirement Board: 



Thomas A. Edison Junior 
High School — Harold J. 
Cleary, assistant principal, 
Feb. 28, 1965. 

Placed on file. 

WITHDRAWAL OF 
APPOINTMENT 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of May 2, 
1966, reporting that subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, and at the re- 
quest of the teacher con- 
cerned, he has withdrawn 
the appontment of the fol- 
lowing-named teacher, which 
was presented and approved 
at the meeting of Mar. 28, 
1966: 

Dorchester High School — 
Carol M. Shea, teacher, high 
school ($5460 — anniversary 
date Apr. 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the withdrawal of ap- 
pointment was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 



APPOINTMENTS 

The following nominations 
by the Superintendent, cer- 
tified by him as being in ac- 
cordance with the rules and 
regulations, to take effect on 
the dates were presented: 
(BY PROMOTION) 

Boston Technical High 
School— William N. Mistier, 
Head of department, (from 
junior master) May 1, 1966 

Roslindale High School — 
James C. Murphy, guidance 
counselor, (from junior mas- 
ter, May 1, 1966 (physical 
education) 

(Under Title I-ESEA- 
Project 6-035-004. Enrich- 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary Junior High and Senior 
High School) 

Dept. of Pupil Adjustment. 
Counseling — W i 1 1 i a m J. 
Coyne, assistant director 
(Group 4) (from research 
assistant, $1014.00 per 
month of service), May 1, 
1966 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments were approved 
by the following vote: 



MAY 2, 1966 



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YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

APPOINTMENTS 
Subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, the 
Superintendent n o m inated 
the persons named below to 
the school or district and 
with the rank indicated in 
e?rh case, for the school 
year ending August 31, 
1966, and certified that their 
appointments are in accord- 
ance witn the regulations of 
the School Committee. 

These appointments are 
ofiered subject to the candi- 
dates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualification 
and SecMon 38G of Chapter 
n of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts, relating to teach- 
er certification. 

In the event that any per- 
son appointed by this order 
fails to comply with the 
Rules jf the School Commit- 
tee of the City of Boston 
lvjating to certificates of 
qualification and Section 
38G of Chapter 71 of the 
General Laws of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachu- 
setts, relating to teacher 
certification on or before 
August 31, 1966 then the 
appointment of such person 
herein made shall be null 
and void. 

(From the Eligible List) 
Boston Latin School — 
Theodore R. Adams, junior 
master ($6300.00— anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Boston Technical High 
School — Edmund J. Hill, 
junior master ($5500.00 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Paul M. Kelly, junior mas- 
ter ($5800 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966 

Dorchester High School — 
John J. Connolly, junior 
master ($5800— anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

East Boston High School 
—Anne T. Broder, teacher, 
high school ($5500.00— anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 



English High School — 
John A. Creedon, junior mas- 
ter ($6100 anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 
Francis B. Dunn, junior 
master ($5800— anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966 
Ernest A. Green, junior 
master ($5500.000 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Albert O. King, junior 
master ($6100 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Richard C. Murphy, junior 
master (from teacher, jun- 
ior high, Clarence R. Ed- 
wards Junior High School), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Daniel E. Rosen, junior 
master ($6900 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 
Benton S. Warren, junior 
master ($5800 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 
Hyde Park High School- 
Ruth M. Green, teacher, 
high school ($5500.000 an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Joan M. Thorn, teacher, 
high school (from teacher, 
high school, William Barton 
Rogers Junior High School) , 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jamaica Plain High School 
— Linda M. Turner, teacher, 
high school ($5500.000 an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Roslindale High School 
— Mary J. Struzzieri, teach- 
er, high school ($5500 00 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

South Boston High School 
— Elizabeth C. Dmn, teacher, 
high school ($5500.00 anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Joanne M. Mathey, teach- 
er, high school ($5800 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Josephine G. Murphy, 
teacher, high school (from 
teacher, junior high, Robert 
Gould Shaw Junior High), 
Sent. 1, 1966. 

Rebecca A. Pierce, teach- 
er, hieh school ($6100— an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Marcello Scarsella, junior 
master ($5500. anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966 
Bigelow District — Jos°ph 
A. Lee, teacher, elementary 
TV- VI ($6100— anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 



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MAY 2, 1966 



Mary M. McGowan teach- 
er, elementary IV-VI 
($5500.00 anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Charles Summer District 
— Lorraine M. Bergeron, 
teacher, primary ($5500.00 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Lawrence J. Connolly, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($5500.00 anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Elihu Greenwood District 
— Jeanette R. Bailet, teach- 
er, primary ($5500.00 anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Ruth A. Cannon, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5500.00 
anniversary date Sept.l), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Carol J. Russell, teacher, 
primary ($5500.00 anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Ellis Mendell District — 
Frances R. Doherty, teach- 
er, primary ($5500.00 anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Emily A. Fifield District 
— Nancy E. Hood, teacher, 
primary ($5500.00 anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Frank V. Thompson 
School— Sheila M. Hurley, 
teacher, primary ($6300 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hart-Gaston-Perry Dis- 
trict — Patricia M. Coppin- 
ger, teacher, elementary IV- 
VI ($5500.00 anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

James A. Garfield District 
— Ann Branch Bowen, teach- 
er, primary ($5800.00 an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

James J. Chittick District 
Marie C. Broderick, teach- 
er, primary ( $5500.00— an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Elaine M. Drew, teacher, 
primary ($5500 00 anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

John Fitzgerald Kennedy 
District — Faith Corwin, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($5500.00 anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 



Alice M. Dillon, teacher, 
primary ($5800.00 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

John Marshal] District — 
Rosemay M. Bennett, 
teacher, elementary Rf-VI 
($5500.00 anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Mary Barry Condon, 
teacher, primary ($6000.00 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Catherine Brady Crowley, 
teacher, primary ($8100 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Maureen A. McCarthy, 
teacher, primary ($5800.00 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Martin District — Kathleen 
M. White, teacher, primary 
($5500.00 — anniversary date 
Sept 1.), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Mary Hemenway District 
— Janet E. Fleming, teacher, 
primary ($5500.00 anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966 

Margaret C. Kinsella, 
teacher, primary ($5500. n 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966 

William T. Murray, teach- 
er, flementary IV-VI 
($5500.00 anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966 

Lorna M. Ross, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5500.00 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966 

Mather District — Barbara 
L. Connolly, teacher, pri- 
mary ($5500.00 anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966 

Eileen F. Naughton, teach- 
er, elementary IV-VI 
($5500.00 anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966 

Minot District — Barbara 
M. Donoghue, teacher, pri- 
mary ($5500.00 anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966 

Robert Gould Shaw Junior 
High School — Eunice Leav- 
itt Jones, teacher, junior 
high ($5500.00 anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966 

Roger Wolcott District — 
Jane F. Fleming, teacher, 
primary ($5500.00 anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966 

Solomon Lewenberg Jun- 
ior High School — Gerard F. 
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high ($5800.00 anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966 

Washington Allston Dis- 
trict- -Lambros A. Pappas, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($5800 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966 

Washington Irving Jun'or 
High School Frederick 

L. Do v, gan. teacher, junior 
high ($5800 - - anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Frances A. KeHy, teach- 
er, junior high ($5500— an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

William Lloyd Garrison 
District— Alicia M. Golden, 
teacher, primary ($5500 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sent. 1, 1966. 

Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School James M. 

Daly, teacher, junior high 
($6i00 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Anita Sadovitz Portman, 
teacher, junior high ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Edward G. Topalian, 
teacher, junior high (from 
teacher, elementary Robert 
Treat Paine District), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Dept. of School Health 
Services — Katherine C. Ry- 
an, school nurse ($4740 — 
anniversary date May 1), 
May 16, 1966. 

(From the Eligible list) 
Title I-ESEA-Project 6-035- 
004 Enrichment Program 
for Elementary Junior High 
and Senior High Schools 

Clarence R. Edward Jun- 
ior High School — Donald 
A. Regan, teacher, junior 
high ($7500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1 1966. 

Dudley District — Maryte 
T. Grinkevicius, teacher, el- 
ementary IV-VI ($5500 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jean M. Kilroy, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dwight District — George 
J. Every, teacher, elemen- 
tary IV-VI ($5800 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Virginia D. Neal, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5500- 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 



Harvard District Pa- 

tricia A. Atkinson teacher, 

elementary IV VI, ($5500 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sent. 1, 1966. 

]VT; , U r "<">pn L V'»nr> t« 3n '"'■*•- 

er, elementary IV-VI ($5500 
anniversary date Sept. 
1). Sept. 1, 1966. 

Henry L. Higgi^son Dis- 
trict Rradloy B. Craw- 
ford, teacher, elementary 
IV-VI ($5500 — enniversary 
date Sent. 1). Sent. 1. 1966. 

Patricia A. Miller, teach- 
er, primary ($5500 an- 
niversary date Sept. 1\ 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hugh O'Brien District — 
Marguerite L. Curley, 
teacher, elementary TV VI 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jane D. Fannon, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Charles W. Lynch, teach- 
er, elementary IV-VI ($5500 

— anniversary date Sept. 
1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hyde-Everest District — 
Joan W. Knight, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School • William E. 
Coffey, teacher, juuio" high 
($6600 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Thomas F. Reynolds, 
teacher, junior high 
($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1. 1966. 

John F. Shields, teacher, 
junior high ($6400 — an- 
niversary d^te Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jeffe-son District — Pa- 
tricia A. Dullahan, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date, Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Linda A. O'Lea^y, teach- 
er, elementary IV-VI ($3500 

— anniversary date Sept. 
1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Marie A. Seery, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

John Wi-ithrop District- 
Florence Rowla ds Biggs, 
teacher, elementary IV VI 
($6000 — anniversary da e 
Sept. 1), Sept 1, 1966. 



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Angelina M. Catinella, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Pamela Berman Giller, 
teacher, primary ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Arlene L. Guth, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Joanne Hirshfield, teach- 
er, elementary IV-VI ($5500 

— anniversary date Sept. 
1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — Susan F. 
Baker, teacher, junior high 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Conal C. Foley, teacher, 
junior high ($6400 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Phillips Brooks District- 
Vincent G. Campana, teach- 
er, elementary IV-VI ($6100 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Theodore Lyman District 

— Elizabeth R. Crosby 
teacher, primary ($5800 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Betty J. Grossman, teach- 
er, elementary IV-VI ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Carol Baskin Stroyman, 
teacher, primary ($5800 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

DAY SCHOOL FOR 
IMMIGRANTS 

Barbara A. Deveney tem- 
porary teacher April 13, 
1966. 

Ellen B. Donohoe tem- 
porary teacher March 25, 
1966. 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ments were approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



INSTRUCTION OF 

PHYSICALLY 

HANDICAPPED 

CHILDREN 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named temporary teachers 
for instruction of physical- 
ly handicapped children, to 
take effect on the dates in- 
dicated: 

Helen R. Donohue, March 
28; and Patricia Fitzger- 
ald, April 15, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teacher for employ- 
ment after school hours to 
teach physically handi- 
capped children, not to ex- 
ceed two hours in any one 
day, to take effect on the 
dates indicated: 

John B. Young, April 4, 
1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointment v^as 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



DEPARTMENT OF ADULT 
EDUCATIONAL AND 
RECREATIONAL 
ACTIVITIES 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
appointed the following- 
named persons for service in 



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the Department of Adult 
Educational and Recreation- 
al Activities, under Title 
II B, Adult Basic Education, 
Economic Opportunity Act 
of 1964, beginning March 21, 
1966: 

Coordinating Supervisor — 
John F. Fox 

Guidance Counselors — 
Muriel Carlson, John F. 
Fleming, Joseph M. Lovett, 
Rose L. Nolfi 

Teachers — Gloria C. De- 
Angelis, James W. Henry, 
James F. Hughes, John S. 
Hughes, Francis J. Manning, 
Barbara H. Powers, Isa- 
bella T. Ravenell, Edmund 
J. Sheehan, Paul J. Sullivan, 
Alfred D. Tutela 

Instructional Aide — Law- 
rence Keough 

Clerk— Elena B. Rose 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

APPRENTICESHIP AND 
JOURNEYMAN CLASSES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee and in 
accordance with the order 
passed at the meeting of 
October 6, 1941 (p. 195), he 
has appointed the following- 
named persons to the Ap- 
prenticeship and Journey- 
man Classes for Various 
Trades, to take effect on 
the date stated. 

Instructors 
Ruth G. Pucciarelli, Medi- 
cal Transcription, 4/27/66 

Andrew C. Williams, Iron- 
work (Related), 4/16/66 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 0. 



MANPOWER 
DEVELOPMENT AND 
TRAINING CLASSES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and in 
accordance with the order 
passed at the meet ng of 
June 19, 1962, he has ap- 
pointed the following named 
persons to the classes under 
the Manpower Development 
and Training Act of 1962, 
P. L.-87 415, to take effect 
on the dates stated. 
Instructors— David J. Burns 
(Basic Ed., McKay) 3-14-66 
Eleanor M Cogswell (Den. 
Ass't Grls Tr.) 2-28-66 

Everett J. Ford Jr. (Basic 
Ed. McKay) 2-28-66 

Frank J. Galvin (Basic Ed, 
MaKay) 3-14-66 

John J. Hanrahan (Basic 
Ed., McKay 2-28-66 

Joseph J. Hanrahan (Basic 
Ed., McKay 2-28-66 

John H. Howard (Bas c 
Ed., Webster) 2-28-66 

Charles J. McCabe (Basic 
Ed., McKay) 3-14-66 

Ronald J. Murphy (Basic 
Ed., Webster) 3-21-66 

Joseph M. O'Neil (Basic 
Ed., Webster) 2-28-66 

Ei'een L. Rice (Basic Ed., 
Webster) 3-7-66 

Shirley M. Simendinger 
(Basic Ed., Webster) 3-21-66 
Thomas P. Welch (Basic 
Ed., McKay) 3-14-66 

Joseph E. Curran (Basic 
Ed., Webster) 2-28-66 

Mr. Curran has complied 
with all necessary require- 
ments. 

Sharon M. Lake, (Dental 
Ass't, Girls, Tr.) 3-22-66 
Thomas R. Lerra, (Basic 
Ed., McKay) 3-14-66 

Thomas F. Lividoti, (Basic 
Ed., Web.) 3-21-66 

Ida T. MacLeod, (Basic Ed., 
Web.) 3-21-66 

Bernadette B. McLaughlin, 
(Basic Ed., Web.) 3-21-66 
Joseph F. Messina (Elec. 
App., Web.) 3-14-66 

Edward F. Shea, (Basic 
Ed., Web.) 3-21-66 

Susan H. Stempleski (Basic 
Ed., Web.) 3-21-66 

Michael J. Sullivan (Sales 
Auto Pts., Bri.) 4-18-66 

John V. Vozella, (Basic Ed., 
Web.) 3-21-66 



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Toalkeepers — Paul Christo- 
phersen (Woodworking, Tr. 
High) (New) 3-28-66 

Luigi Capuano, (Basic Ed., 
Webster) 3-4-66 

*Frank E. M rabile, (Elec. 
App., Webster) 4-5-66 

*Class changed to evening 
hours, and Mr. Mirabile re- 
placed Mr. Arcadipane. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Mes- 
srs. Lee, McD nough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

PLAY TEACHERS (Men) 
High Schools 
(To take effect 
April 25, 1966) 
Golf 
Department of Physical 
Education — Edward J. Gold- 
en, Thomas E. Johnson, 
Richard A. Thomas. 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ments were approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks. 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of May 2, 
1966, reporting, subject to 
the approval of the School 
Committee, that he has dis- 
continued the leave of ab- 
sence for maternity granted 
to the following named 
teacher to take effect on the 
date stated: 

Hart-Gaston-P e r r y Dis- 
trict — Ellen Lynch, teacher, 
elementary, April 22, 1966. 

Julia Ward Howe District 
— Isabel B. Silva, teacher, 
kindergarten, August 31, 
1966. 

Bigelow District — Eileen 
O'Neill Howard, teacher, 
primary, August 31, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the discontinuance of 
leaves of absence was ap- 
proved following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting, subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, that he 
has discontinued the leave 
of absence for maternity 
granted to the following 
named teacher, to take ef- 
fect on the dates stated: 

Hyde Park High School 
— Kathryn M. McElroy, 
teacher, high school, April 
29, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the discontinuance of 
leave of absence was ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting, subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, that he 
has discontinued the leave 
of absence for maternity 
granted to the following 
named teachers, to take ef- 
fect on the dates stated: 

Horace Mann School for 
the Deaf — Frances S. Pearl- 
man, teacher, March 31, 
1966. 

Beethoven District — Marie 
Inguanti DiSarcina, teacher, 
kindergarten, March 31, 
1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call the discontinuance of 
leave was approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named be granted 
an extension of sick leave, 
without loss of pay, for the 
period of thirty days from 
the date stated: 

Prince District — Grace 
M. O'Brien, teacher, ele- 
mentary, May 16, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



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YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eiscnstadt — 4. 
NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named persons be 
granted an extension of sick 
leave, without loss of pay, 
for the period of thirty days 
from the date stated: 

Higginson District — Ger- 
trude M. Connolly, Assist- 
ant Principal — February 
14, 1966. 

Speech and Lipreading 
Services — Hyacinth Ken- 
neally, teacher, May 10, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. McDonough O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named persons be 
granted an extension of sick 
leave without loss of pay, 
for a period of thirty days 
from the date stated: 

Brighton High School — 
Marion C. Gilman ; Head of 
Department, English, Janu- 
ary 4, 1966. 

Patrick T. Campbell, 
Junior High School, Mary 
C. Cleary, teacher, junior 
high, April 12, 1966. 

Michelangelo Junior High 
School, George Shea, as- 
sistant principal, April 12, 
1966. 

Paul A. Dever, District — 
Genevieve Merritt, teacher, 
elementary, April 7, 1966. 

Boston Latin School — 
Charles J. Ciramo, master, 
March 14, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, recommending that 
leave of absence without pay 
for maternity be granted to 
the following named 



teachers to take effect on 
the dates indicated, and to 
continue until terminated by 
the Superintendent with the 
approval of the School Com- 
mittee, provided that such 
leave shall be for a period of 
at least three months after 
the date of birth, and pro- 
vided further that no such 
leave shall in any event ex- 
ceed eighteen months: 

Bigelow District— Virginia 
Budak, teacher, elementary, 
April, 5, 1966. 

Jefferson District, Pauline 
V. Colbert, teacher, primary, 
April 5, 1966. 

William E Endicott Dis- 
trict— Cathleen M. Mcln- 
tyre, teacher, primary, 
March 29, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEA S— M r s. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 
5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence without 
pay be granted to the fol- 
lowing named persons for 
the term specified: 

Speech and Lipreading 
Services— C atherine E. 
Welch, teacher, September 
1, 1966 to August 31, 1967. 

Mather District — Mary T. 
Hern, teacher, elementary, 
January 3, 1966 to August 
31, 1966. 

Washington-Allston Dis- 
trict — Susanne J. Bere, 
teacher, primary, September 
1, 1966 to August 31, 1967. 

William Lloyd Garrison 
District— Joan M. Nelson, 
teacher, primary, Septem- 
ber 1, 1966, to August 31, 
1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
without pay were granted 
by the following vote: 

YEA S— M r s. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5 

NAYS— 



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MAY 2, 1966 



A communication was re- 
ceded from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of May 2, 
1966, reporting that the 
leaves of absence without 
pay, granted to the follow- 
ing named persons were ter- 
minated on dates indicated, 
and recommending that 
leave of absence without 
pay for maternity be grant- 
ed to take effect on the date 
stated and to continue until 
terminated by the Superin- 
tendent with the approval of 
the School Committee, pro- 
vided that such leave shall 
be for a period of at least 
three months after the date 
of birth, and provided fur- 
ther that no such leave shall 
in anv event exceed eighteen 
months: 

Agassiz District — A n n e 
M. Casey, teacher, elemen- 
tary — terminate leave De- 
cember 15, 1965, new leave 
to take effect December 16, 
1965. 

Thomas Gardner District 
— Carol A. Campbell, teach- 
er, primary, April 13, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were terminated and the 
new leaves were granted by 
the following vote: 

YEA S— M r s. Hicks, 
Massrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of May 2, 
1966 recommending, subject 
to the ipproval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence without 
pay be granted to the fol- 
lowing-named persons for 
the terms specified: 

East Boston High School 
— Jean Ault, teacher, high 
school, September 1, 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

Francis Parkman District 
— Kathleen Curran, teacher, 
special class, April 15, 1966 
to April 24, 1967. 

Robert Treat Paine Dis- 
trict — Dorothy M. DeCour- 
cey, teacher, elementary, 
April 1 to April 29, 1966. 

Martin District — Rhoda 
Sosnow, teacher, elemen- 
tary, September 1, 1966, to 
August 31, 1967. 



Edward Everett District 
— James Adams, teacher, 
elementary, September 1, 
1966 to August 31, 1967. 

Tileston District — Eva 
Pasquale, teacher, elemen- 
tary, March 9, 1965 to Au- 
gust 31, 1966. 

Boston Latin School — 
Thomas J. Kinsey, junior 
master, September 1, 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 0. 

TRANSFERS 

A communication was re- 
reived from the Superinten- 
dent under date of May 2, 
1966, reporting that subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
made the following transfer 
of teachers, to take effect 
on the dates stated: 

Dorothy Jones Burrows, 
teacher, junior high, Hyde- 
Everett District, to the 
same position in the Wash- 
ington Irving Junior High 
School, May 2, 1966. 

Marie F. DiSarcina, teach- 
i'T kindergarten, Beethoven 
D ; strict, to the same posi- 
tion in the Henry Grew Dis- 
trict, Apr. 1, 1966. 

Ellen A h e a r n Lynch, 
teacher, elementary, Hart- 
Gaston-Perry District, to 
the same position in the 
Mather District, Apr. 25, 
1966. 

Judith N. Pilkington, 
teacher, primary, Prince 
District, to the same posi- 
tion in the Hyde-Everett 
District, Sept. 1, 1965. 

Claire Sweeney Stevenson, 
teacher, kindergarten, Emily 
A Fifield District, to the 
same position in the Frank 
V. Thompson School, Sept. 
1, 1965. 

John R. Yurewicz, head of 
department, Girls' High 
School to the same position 
in the English High School, 
May 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 



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155 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonuogh, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

ASSIGNMENTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that he 
has terminated the assign- 
ments of the following- 
named teachers, to take 
effect Aug. 31, 1966: 

Clarence R. Edwards Jun- 
ior High School— Richard 
C. Murphy, teacher, junior 
high, to teacher, high school, 
English High School. 

William Barton Rogers 
Junior High School— Joan 
M. Thorn, teacher, junior 
high, as teacher, high school, 
Hyde Park High School. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call the assignments were 
terminated by the following 
vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonuogh, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teachers to Title I — 
ESEA — Project 6-035-003, 
The Model Demonstration 
Subsystem, and to continue 
until Aug. 31, 1966: 

Dorchester High School — 
Alexander F. Galarneaux, 
master, as curriculum de- 
sign specialist, $930.00 per 
month of service, Apr. 4, 
1966. 

Christopher Gibson Dis- 
trict — J. Lillian Klein, 
teacher, kindergarten, as 
teacher-investigator (Early 
Childhood), $834.00 per 
month of service, Apr. 11, 
1966. 

Dillaway District — Evelyn 
H. Zintz, teacher, kinder- 
garten, as teacher-investiga- 
tor (Early Childhood), 
$882.00 per month of service, 
Apr. 1, 1966. 

Washington Irving Junior 
High School — Agnes A. 



O'Neil, teacher, junior high, 
as t e a c h e r-investigator, 
$834.00 per month of serv- 
ice, Apr. 1, 1966. 

Dept. of Educational In- 
vestigation and Measure- 
ment—Mary I. Lipner, re- 
search assistant, as research 
assistant, $994.00 per month 
of service, Apr. 25, 1966. 

Dept. of Home Economics 
— Aurelia N. Kelley, teacher 
of foods, junior high, as 
curriculum design specialist 
(assignment not to exceed 
seven hours per week at 
$5.00 per hour from Mar. 29, 
1966 to Aug. 31, 1966). 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the asssignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonuogh, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, unc"er date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that he 
has terminated the assign- 
ment of the following- 
named teachers, to take 
effect on the dates stated: 

Dillaway Distirct — Evelyn 
H. Zintz, teacher, kinder- 
garten, assigned to ABCD 
Pie-Kindergarten Program, 
Mar. 31, 1966. 

Francis Parkman District 
— Wlliam C. Gustus, assist- 
ant principal, assigned to 
William Lloyd Garrison Dis- 
trict, Jan. 17, 1966. 

Hyde-Everett District — 
Jacqueline Heim Richardson, 
teacher, primary, assigned 
as science teacher under 
Title I-ESEA, Project 6- 
035-004, Apr. 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the termination of as- 
signments was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonuogh, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 



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named teachers to Title I- 
ESEA-Project 6-035-004, 
Enrichment Program for 
Elementary, Junior High 
and Senior High Schools, 
and to continue until Aug. 
31, 1966, unless otherwise 
ordered : 

Department of Compen- 
satory Services — Senior 
High School After School 
Program Faculty, Mary A. 
Consodine, coordinator, $8.00 
per hour; Sarah H. Ford- 
ham, art teacher; George F. 
Guptill, reading teacher; 
Sophia Menaxopoulos, typ- 
ing teacher, at $5.00 per 
hour, Mar. 22, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonuogh, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

DESIGNATIONS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following des- 
ignation of a teacher to 
serve in accordance with 
Salary Order No. 7 of the 
Salary Schedule, to take 
effect Feb. 28, 1966= 

Warren District — Jeanne 
M. Brenner, teacher, ele- 
mentary, as teacher-in- 
charge of the Oliver Holden 
School Building (vice Irene 
E. Collicott, absent on 
leave). 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following des- 
ignations of teachers to 
serve in the positions indi- 
cated, until such time as 
they shall be filled other- 
wise, in accordance with the 
rules and regulations, but 
not beyond Aug. 31, 1966: 

Boston Trade High School 
— Henry J. Cotty, division 
head, baking, as teacher-in- 
charge of the Boston Trade 
High School Annex (vice 
James B. Dolan, absent on 
leave), Mar. 21, 1966. 



South Boston High School 
— Robert T. Morris, master, 
as acting head of history 
department (vice Mildred 
Fitzgerald, absent on leave), 
Mar. 14, 1966. 

Beethoven District — Isa- 
bel H. Owens, assistant 
principal, as acting principal 
(Stephen Velardo), Mar. 30, 
1986. 

Emerson District — Marga- 
ret L. Murphy, assistant 
principal, as acting principal 
(Walter Cremin), Mar. 28, 
1966. 

Placed on file. 

REPORT ON MARRIED 
TEACHERS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, reporting that, in 
accordance with the provi- 
sions of Section 283 of the 
regulations, the following- 
named female teachers have 
reported that they were 
married on the dates indi- 
cated: 

Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School for Girls— Elizabeth 
A. Buckley, teacher, high 
school, married Feb. 19, 
1966, new name Elizabeth 
Buckley Daly. 

Trade High School for 
Girls — Phyllis A. Silverman, 
senior assistant, married 
Feb. 19, 1966, new name 
Phyllis Silverman Tobin. 

B i g e 1 o w District — Con- 
stance Leone, teacher, pri- 
mary, married Feb. 20, 1966, 
new name Constance Leone 
Catone. 

Roger Wolcott District — 
Kathleen M. M c N u 1 1 y, 
teacher, special class, mar- 
ried Nov. 27, 1965, new 
name Kathleen McNulty 
Hart. 

William H. Taft Junior 
High — Susan E. Major, 
teacher, junior high, mar- 
ried Feb. 19, 1966, new 
name Susan Major Tingey. 

Placed on file. 

LIST OF AUTHORIZED 

TEXT BOOKS 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 

following-named books are 

hereby authorized for use as 

textbooks in the Manpower 

Development Training 

Classes: 



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157 



Smith, Robert E. Wood- 
working Machine. McKnight 
& McKnight. cl958. net 
$4.00. f.o.b. shipping point. 

Hammond et al. Wood- 
working Technology. Mc- 
Knight & McKnight. cl961. 
net $6.80. f.o.b. shipping 
point. 

Laid over. 

GRADUATING 
EXERCISES 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the De- 
partment of School Build- 
ings is hereby requested to 
secure the use of accommo- 
dations indicated for the 
graduating exercises of the 
several schools on the dates 
specified. 

Boston Business School, 
New England Life Hall, Fri- 
day evening, June 3, 1966. 

Boston Latin School, War 
Memorial Auditorium, Mon- 
day afternoon, June 13, 
1966. 

Girls' Latin School, War 
Memorial Auditorium, 
Thursday evening, June 9, 
1966. 

Boston Technical High 
School, War Memorial Au- 
ditorium, Wednesday eve- 
ning, June 15, 1966. 

Brighton High School, 
War Memorial Auditorium, 
Thursday morning, June 9, 
1966. 

Charlestown High School, 
Faneuil Hall, Tuesday eve- 
ning, June 7, 1966. 

Dorchester High School, 
War Memorial Auditorium, 
Tuesday afternoon, June 14, 
1966. 

English High School, War 
Memorial Auditorium, 
Wednesday evening, June 8, 
1966. 

Hyde Park High School, 
War Memorial Auditorium, 
Tuesday evening, June 14, 
1966. 

Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School for Girls, War Memo- 
rial Auditorium, Thursday 
afternoon, June 9, 1966. 

Roslindale High School, 
War Memorial Auditorium, 
Wednesday afternoon, June 
8, 1966. 

South Boston High 
School, War Memorial Au- 
ditorium, Monday evening, 
June 13, 1966. 



Solomon Lcwenberg Jun- 
ior High School, War Memo- 
rial Auditorium, Tuesday 
morning, June 14, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

HARRIET E. ELLS 
SCHOLARSHIP 

The following resolution 
was offered: 

CITY OF BOSTON 
IN CITY COUNCIL 

WHEREAS, pursuant to 
decree entered on February 
2, 1966, by the Probate 
Court in and for the County 
of Suffolk in City of Boston 
vs. James E. Tonry, Execu- 
tor u/w/o Harriet E. Ells, 
the sum of seventy-five hun- 
dred dollars has been ten- 
dered to the City of Boston 
in full payment of the lega- 
cy given by the clause in 
the will of Harriet E. Ells 
(Suffolk Probate No. 
422765) reading "Second: I 
give to the Modern Lan- 
guage Department of the Ja- 
maica Plain High School, to 
establish a fund to be used 
for worthy students and 
known as the Harriet E. 
Ells Scholarship Fund, the 
sum of seven thousand five 
hundred dollars''; 

NOW, THEREFORE, OR- 
DERED: That said sum be, 
and the same hereby is, ac- 
cepted with gratitude and 
funded as the Harriet E. 
Ells Scholarship Fund, with 
the net income therefrom 
to be used from time to 
time for the benefit of such 
worthy students in the Mod- 
ern Foreign Language De- 
partment of the Jamaica 
Plain High School as may 
be selected by the Head 
Master of said school by de- 
fraying their costs and ex- 
penses in obtaining higher 
education in the field of 
Modern Foreign Languages. 

In City Council April 4, 
1966. Passed. Approved by 
the Mayor April 6, 1966. 

Attest: 

(Signed) J. M. DUNLEA. 
City Clerk. 

Placed on file. 

ELIGIBLE LIST 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Board of 
Superintendents, under date 



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of May 2, 1966, transmitting 
a list of successful candi- 
dates of March 28, 1966, for 
the certificates of qualifica- 
tion indicated, as reported 
by the Board of Examiners. 
These names do not con- 
stitute separate Eligible 
Lists, but should be in- 
serted in School Document 
No. 7, 1965— Candidates El- 
igible for Permanent Ap- 
pointment as Teachers — at 
the places indicated by the 
respective ratings. 
1966 
ELIGIBILITY OF CAN- 
DIDATES WHOSE NAMES 
APPEAR ON THIS LIST IS 
SUBJECT TO THE FILING 
OF THE REQUIRED 
CREDENTIALS 
XXXV HORACE MANN 
SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 
CERTIFICATE 

Rating Name Certificate 

Expires 
834 Nancy E. Rosoff 

June 30, 1969 
829 Barbara Ringell Nezer 

June 30, 1969 
812 Cynthia Stevens 
Brabson 

June 30, 1969 
802 Linda Yenkin 

June 30, 1969 
780 Josephine Weiss Guss 

June 30, 1969 
779 Sandra G. Goldstein 

June 30, 1969 
759 Louis J. Bianchi 

June 30, 1969 
758 Martha S. Kaszynski 

June 30, 1969 

XXXVA HORACE MANN 

SCHOOL FOR THE 

DEAF CERTIFICATE 

— APHASIC 

856 Lynn M. Ryan 

June 30, 1969 
849 Judy Kopecky 
Martindale 

June 30, 1969 
Placed on file. 

ATTENDS NCE AT 
CONVENTION 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the ac- 
tion of the School Commit- 
tee at the meeting of March 
21, 1966, authorizing Edwin 
G. McCaffrey, Schoolhouse 
Custodian, to attend the 
Seminar — Service Engineer- 
ing Associates, to be held 
in New York City, April 18 
to 20, 1966, be rescinded. 



On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt— 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Charles 
E. Schroeder, Director of 
Adult Educational and Rec- 
reational Activities, is here- 
by authorized to attend the 
Regional Conference on 
Adult Basic Education, to 
be held at Rutgers Univer- 
sity, Newark. New Jersey, 
Mar. 13 to 15, 1966, inclu- 
sive, at a cost of $30.00, to 
be charged to Title II B of 
the Economic Opportunity 
Act of 1964. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That John F. 
Fox, assistant principal, as- 
signed to Department of 
Adult Educational and Rec- 
reational Activities, is here- 
by authorized to attend the 
Regional Conference on 
Adult Basic Education, to 
be held at Rutgers Univer- 
sity, Newark, New Jersey, 
Mar. 13 to 15, 1966, at a cost 
of $70.00, to be charged to 
Title II B of the Economic 
Opportunity Act of 1964. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 
YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
2, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
of the Acts of 1914, report 
of William H. Ohrenberger, 
Superintendent of Public 
Schools, and William J. Cun- 
ningham, Associate Super- 
intendent, on their attend- 
ance at the American Asso- 
ciation of School Adminis- 
trators Annual Meeting, 



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held in Atlantic City, New 
Jersey, Feb. 12 to 16, 1966, 
inclusive. 
Placed on file. 

PRINTING OF 

SUPERINTENDENT'S 

BULLETINS 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That approval 
be given of the outside 
printing, following adver- 
tised bids, of the last two 
editions of the Superintend- 
ent's bulletin in answer to 
newspaper articles on the 
Boston Public Schools. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That there be 
allowed and paid to the fol- 
lowing-named personnel at 
the Boston Trade High 
School compensation at the 
rate of $6.00 per hour for 
extra services in connection 
with the publication of the 
Superintendent's bulletins: 

Frank Laquidara, Division 
Head — 50% hours 

John Manley, Trade In- 
structor — 31 hours 

Donald Langille, Trade 
Instructor — 15% hours 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

EXPENDITURES TO 
FEB. 28, 1966 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Business 
Manager, under date of May 
2, 1966, submitting a state- 
ment showing the expendi- 
tures for general school pur- 
poses and special items for 
the first two drafts of the 
current fiscal year, the ex- 
penditures for the first two 
drafts of the fiscal year 
1965 and the increases and 
decreases in the several 
items. 

Placed on file. 

CHARLESTOWN FREE 

SCHOOL FUND 
A statement of the re- 
ceipts and expenditures of 



the Charlestown Free School 
Fund for the year ending 
December 31, 1965, as sub- 
mitted by the Treasurer of 
the Corporation for that 
year, Mr. Thomas S. Eisen- 
stadt, was presented, the 
balance to new account be- 
ing $10,653.62. 

Placed on file and the 
Chairman authorized to ap- 
prove the same and to cer- 
tify the sums and securities 
belonging to said Fund and 
in the possession of the 
Treasurer. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of this Commit- 
tee, as President of the Cor- 
poration, is hereby author- 
ized to certify to the trans- 
fer of the custody of bank 
books, and cash belonging 
to the Charlestown Free 
School Fund, amounting to 
$10,653.62, from the former 
Treasurer, Mr. Thomas S. 
Eisenstadt, to the present 
Treasurer, Mr. John J. 
McDonough. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Mr. John 
J. McDonough, Treasurer of 
the School Committee of the 
City of Boston, shall have 
the right of access to Safe 
No. 6238 in the vaults of the 
Fiduciary Trust Company, 
standing in the name of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

COURSE OF STUDY 
The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the 
course of study entitled 
"Engineering Graphics" be 
adopted and that 200 copies 
be printed as School Docu- 
ment No. 5—1966. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



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YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee. McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

TRANSPORTATION OF 
SYMPHONY BAND 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the Busi- 
ness Manager be directed to 
arrange for the payment of 
a sum of not less than 
$450.00 for the transporta- 
ton of the Boston Public 
Schools Symphony Band :o 
the Oliver Ames High 
School, Nor h Easton, on 
April 28, 1966. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

SUPERVISOR OF 
ATTENDANCE 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, Sidney 
Barr, Supervisor of Attend- 
ance, be granted a leave of 
absence, without pay, for a 
period of one year beginning 
April 5, 1966. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL LUNCHES 

Mrs. Hicks offered the fol- 
lowing: 

ORDERED, That the com- 
pensation of temporary Caf- 
eteria Attendants be estab- 
lished at the rate of $1.50 
per hour, to take efiect 
May 6, 1966. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named person, the 
first on the list certified by 
Civil Service willing to 
accept, is hereby appointed 
to the position of cafeteria 



attendant, to take effect 
May 4, 1966: 

Anna R. White 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

Mr. McDonough offered 
the following: 

ORDERED. That Cather- 
ine Condon, Cafeteria At- 
tendant, be granted an ex- 
tension of sick leave, with- 
out loss of pay, for a period 
of thirty days beginning 
February 17, 1966. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

DATA PROCESSING 
CENTER 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the or- 
der passed at the School 
Committee meeting of Jan- 
uary 31, 1966. establishing 
the position of Manager of 
Operations, be amended to 
show the title as Data 
Processing Supervisor. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the or- 
der passed at the School 
Committee meeting of Janu- 
ary 31, 1966, establishing 
the position of Supervisor of 
Statistical Machines Opera- 
tors, be amended to show 
the title as Supervisor of 
Statistical Machines Opera- 
tions. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Mary E. 
Grant, certified as eligible 
by the Division of Civil 
Service, be appointed to the 
position of Statistical 



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Machine Operator, to take 
effect May 11. 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS --Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS — 0. 

APPOINTMENTS, 

PROMOTIONS, 

TRANSFERS, ETC., 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

OFFICES 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
1 owing-named persons, certi- 
fied as eligible by the Di- 
vision of Civil Service, he 
appointed Clerk and Typ- 
ists to the departments in- 
dicated on the dates stated: 

Rose R. Dever — Office of 
the Business Manager — 
May 18, 1966. 

Patricia C. Bowes— De- 
partment of Pupil Adjust- 
ment Counseling — April 5. 
1966. 

Catherine J. Leonard- 
Office of the Business Man- 
ager — April 5, 1966. 

Elvera E. Colwell — 
Board of Examiners — April 
5, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs, Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Cather- 
ine M. O'Donnell, certified 
as eligible by the Division of 
Civil Service, be promoted 
to the position of Adminis- 
trative Secretary, effective 
April 12. 1966. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, Agnes 
Kle'n, Senior Clerk and Typ- 
ist, be granted a temporary 
transfer to the position of 
Principal Clerk and Stenog- 
rapher. Department of Spe- 
cial Classes, to take effect 
May 4, 1966. 



On roll call the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, Agnes 
M. Crowley, Clerk and Typ- 
ist, Boston Welfare Depart- 
ment, be transferred to the 
position of Clerk and Typist, 
Department of Educational 
Investigation and Measure- 
ment, at a salary of seventy 
dollars per week, to take ef- 
fect May 11, 1966. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the f ollowing vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Agnes 
E. Beckett, Chief Telephone 
Operator, be granted an ex- 
tension of sick leave, with- 
out loss of pay, for a period 
of thirty (30) days from 
April 21. 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— C 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Di- 
vision of Civil Service. Anna 
J. Doyle, Principal Clerk- 
School Secretary (tempor- 
ary), Christopher Gibson 
District, be granted a leave 
of absence without pay for 
a period of six months from 
March 29, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS — 0. 

APPOINTMENT OF 
CUSTODIANS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 



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tendent, under date of May 
2. 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and in 
accordance with the certifi- 
cation of the Division of 
Civil Service, the appoint- 
ment of the following-named 
persons who stand at the 
head of the list, and who 
have been approved by the 
Medical Director, Work- 
men's Compensation Serv- 
ice, City of Boston, as junior 
building custodians, to take 
effect May 4, 1966. 

Matthew F. Walsh 
Linwood E. Simpson 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS — 0. 

TRANSFER OF 
CUSTODIANS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent under date of May 2, 
1966, recommending subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, that the 
following senior building 
custodians who, by seniority 
and merit, stand at the head 
of the list, be transferred to 
the schools indicated, to 
take effect May 4, 1966. 

Mark J. Clougherty, from 
Joseph J. Hurley to Girls' 
High School 

Edward F. McCann, from 
William Bacon to William 
E. Channing School 

Francis A. Condon, from 
John Winthrop to George H. 
Conley School 

Thomas F. Healey, from 
Daniel Webster School to 
Administration Building An- 
nex 

Joseph P. Faherty, from 
Quincy E. Dickerman to Ed- 
win P. Seaver School 

Edward A. Page, Jr., from 



David A. Ellis Annex (tem- 
porary) to Roger Clap 
School 

Thomas S. Manning, from 
Benedict Fenwick to John 
G. Whittier School 

Bernard L. Dowd, Jr., 
Irom Henry L. Pierce (tem- 
porary) to Benjamin Crush- 
ing School 

Francis E. Broderick, Jr., 
from John A. Andrew (tem- 
porary) to Choate Burnham 
School 

Walbert J. LaPlante, from 
Williams to Minot School 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following vote : 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

The order laid over at the 
meeting of March 8, 1966, 
amending Section 182 of the 
Rules and Regulations — ages 
of admission to Kindergar- 
ten I, Kindergarten II and 
Grade I — to be taken up for 
final approval. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEA S— M r s . Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The eight orders laid over 
at the meeting of Mar. 28, 
1966, making changes in and 
additions to the List of Au- 
thorized Text Books, were 
taken up. 

On roll call the eight or- 
ders passed by the following 
vote: 

YEA S— M r s . Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest : 

EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary 



City of Boston 

Printing aa&SSfoo Section 



MAY 16, 1966 



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CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



May 16, 1966 
A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, at 
3:22 p. m., and adjourned at 
3:38 p. m. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eistenstadt. 

A conference of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the 
Administration Building at 
3:41 p. m., and recessed at 
3:43 p. m., resumed at 4:20 
p. m., and adjourned at 
4:21 p. m. 

The Executive Session be- 
gan at 3:45 p. m., and ad- 
journed at 4:15 p. m. 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the meeting of Feb. 
16, 1966, be amended as 
follows : 

Under Assignments — Hen- 
ry L. Higginson District, 
Hugh Solari, teacher, special 
class — salary should read 
$930.00 per month of service, 
instead of $882.00. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough. 
O'Connor and Eisenstad* 
—5 

NAYS— 

ACCEPTANCE OF 
OFFICE 

April 29, 1966 
Mr. Edward J. Winter, 
Secretary, Boston School 

Committee, 
15 Beacon Street, 
Boston, Massachusetts 02108 
Dear Mr. Winter: 

Will you please convey to 
the members of the Boston 
School Committee, my ap- 
preciation of their confi- 
dence in me in electing me 
unanimously as associate su- 
perintendent of the Boston 
Schools. 



During my years in the 
school department, I worked 
in what I considered the 
best interest of the pupils 
entrusted to me and, God 
willing, I shall continue to 
work diligently within the 
framework of personal 
health, capacity and dic- 
tates of conscience. 

Very truly yours, 
(Signed) Mary E. Vaughan 

Associate Superintendent 
Elect 

Placed on file. 

IN MEMORIAM 

The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the deaths 
of the following-named 
members of the Boston 
School Department 1 

Beethoven District — Ste- 
phen Velardo, principal, 
Mar. 30, 1966. 

Emerson District — Walter 
A. Cremen, principal, Mar. 
26, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

The School Committee re- 
quested that letters of con- 
dolence, to be signed by the 
Secretary, be sent to the be- 
reaved families. 

Mr. Lee: Because I knew 
Mr. Walter A. Cremen, 
whose death is reported 
here, I would not like to 
pass it by without at least 
a brief comment. 

Mr. Cremen was the Prin- 
cipal of the school which two 
of my children have gone to. 
From my knowledge of him, 
he was a great school man. 
He was a force in the com- 
munity that everybody had 
to reckon with because he 
made it his business, not 
only to know each of the 
children very personally, but 
their mothers and fathers, 
too. He was an exemplary 
Principal in really being a 
knowledgeable and sympa- 
thetic and helpful force in 
the community who made 
his standards and his values 
very much felt. 

RESIGNATIONS 
A communicption was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, reporting the resig- 
nat on of the following- 
named members of the Bos- 
ton School Department, to 



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take effect on the dates 

o + Q+pfl * 

Girls' High School— Eliza- 
beth A. Toomey, teacher, 
high school, Apr. 15, 1966. 

Je^pm'ah E. Burke High 
School for Girls — Paula K. 
Haadow, teacher, high 
school, Apr. 15, 1966. 

Agassiz District — Sheila 
M. Joyal, teacher, elemen- 
tary. May 1, 1966. 

Elihu Greenwood District 
— Claire B. Moynihan teach- 
er, elementary, Apr. 19, 1966. 

Harvard Distrct— Nancy 
Kaplan Lubar, teacher, ele- 
mentary IV- VI, May 26, 
1966. 

Jo s n Fitzgerald Kennedy 
District — Geraldine A. 
Burns, teacher, elementary 
IV-VI, Aug. 31, 1966; Vic- 
toria Postal, teacher, ele- 
mentary IV-VI, Aug. 31, 
1966. 

John Winthrop District — 
Betty A. Zeytoonjian, teach- 
er, primary, Apr. 15, 1966. 

Patrick F. Lyndon Dis- 
trict — Joan S. Heywood, 
teacher, primary, Apr. 13, 
1966. 

Accepted. 

RETIREMENTS ON 
PENSION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, reporting the re- 
tirement from active service 
of the following-named 
members of the State- 
Boston Retirement System, 
to take effect April 30, 
1966, as certified by the 
Boston Retirement Board: 

Minot District— Kather- 
ine S. Morgan, assistant 
principal. 

Administrative Offices — 
Anna L. McAuley, senior 
clerk and typist, Supply 
Room. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, reporting the re- 
tirement from active serv- 
ice of the following-named 
member of the State-Bos- 
ton Retirement System, in 
accordance with the pro- 
visions of Section 7 ol Chap- 
ter 32, to take effect May 
20. 1965, as certified by the 
Boston Retirement Board : 



Brighton High School — 
Edward F Rose, junior 
building custodian, May 20, 
1965. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, reporting the re- 
tirement from active serv- 
ice of the following-named 
veteran, who has been re- 
tired under the provisions 
of Chapter 32 of the Gen- 
eral Laws, ae amended: 

Dwight District, -John P. 
Whalen, assistant principal, 
Apr. 11, 1966, $4,042.65, per 
annum. 

Placed on file. 

APPOINTMENTS AND 
TRANSFER 

The followng nominations 
by the Superintendent, cer- 
tified by him as being in 
accordance with the rules 
and regulations, to take 
effect on the dates indicated 
were presented: 

TRANSFER OF 
PRINCIPAL 

Beethoven District — Kath- 
ryn F. Mahoney, princ pal 
(from principal. Hyde-Ever- 
ett District), June 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the transfer 
was approved by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 

(BY PROMOTION) 
Board of Examiners — 
Timothy J. Spillane, ex- 
aminer (from assistant head 
master, South Boston High 
School), Group II, $1294.00 
per month of service, Under 
Title I-ESEA— Project 6- 
035-004 Enrichment Pro- 
gram for Elementary, Junior 
H gh and Senior High 
Schools, June 1, 1966. 

Dept. of Mus'c Education 
— John P. Breen, supervisor 
of music education (from 
teacher, junior high, W. B. 
Rogers Junior High School, 
Group 2— $9220), June 1, 
1966 

Department of Physical 
Education— William E. Mc- 
Carthy, director (from asso- 
ciate director, Dept. of 
Physical Education), June 1, 



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165 



1966. Robert V. McCabe, as- 
sociate director ( from junior 
master, Dept. of Physical 
Education), June 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lpe, McDonough 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

Subject to the approval 
of the School Committee, 
the Superintendent nomi- 
nated the persons named 
below to the school or dis- 
trict and with the rank in- 
dicated in each case, for 
the school year ending 
August 31, 1966, and certi- 
fied that their appointments 
are in accordance with the 
regulations of the School 
Committee. 

These appointments are 
offered subject to the can- 
didates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualification 
and Section 38G of Chapter 
71 of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts, relating to 
teacher certification. 

In the event that any 
person appointed by this 
order fails to comply with 
the Rules of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston relating to certifi- 
cates of qualification and 
Section 38C of Chapter 71 
of the Geneial Laws of the 
Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts, relating to teach- 
er certifica^on, on oi before 
August 31, 1966, then the 
appointment of such person 
herein made shall be null 
and void. 
(From the Elig'ble List) 
Under Title I— ESEA— 

Project 6-305-004 
Enrichment Program for 
Elementary Junior High 
and Senior High Schools 
Clarence R. Edwards 
Junior High School — Sheila 
T. Donovan, teacher, junior 
high — ($5800 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept 1, 1966. 
Christopher G bson Dis- 
trict—Sheila M. Sennott, 
teacher, primary ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 



Dillaway Distirct Margo 
A. Fontes, teacher, primary 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School— Elyse K. Tay- 
lor, teacher, junior high 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Paul A. Dever District — 
Jane A. Aronson, teacher, 
primary ($5500— -anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Ruth L. Jasus ; teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Maria A. Luongo, teacher, 
primarv ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Teresa J. Suhy, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — Helen M. Kallenberg, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Margaret M. O'Donnell, 
teacher, elementary IV-VT 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Department of Music Ed- 
ucation — Susan Godoy, 
teacher, music ($6300 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Joseph L. Hart, teacher, 
music ($5800 — anniversary 
dRte Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

John A. Homsy, teacher, 
music ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Linda Riddles Probeck, 
teachpr, music ($5800 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Department of Elemen- 
tary Supervision -J. Patri- 
cia Marsh, assistant direc- 
tor (from teacher, elemen- 
tarv. Charles Sumner Dis- 
trict, Group 4— $1014 per 
month of service, June 1, 
1966. 

Robert T. Conway assist- 
ant director (from assistant 
principal Rice-Franklm Dis- 
trict, Group 4 — $1014 per 
month of service), June 1, 
1966. 

Department of Fine Arts 
— Ralph Rosenthal, super- 
visor of art (from master, 
Boston Technical High 



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School, Group 2 — $922 per 
per month of service), June 
1, 1966. 

Department of Music 
Education — Elizabeth C. 
Teixeira, supervisor of music 
education (from teacher, 
junior high, O. W. Holmes 
Junior High School, Group 
2 — $922 per month of serv- 
ice), June 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules were 
suspended and the appoint- 
ments approved by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

(From the Eligible List) 

Boston Latin School — 
Mabel S. Ryan, librarian 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Paul W. Salterio, master 
(from teacher, junior high, 
W. H. Taft Jr. High School), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dorchester High School — 
Cynthia M. Christmas, 
teacher, high school ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1.), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Eileen M. Connors, teach- 
er, h gh school ($5500— an- 
nversary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Girls' High School— Ellen 
G. Bowler, teacher, high 
school ($5500— anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Rcsl'ndale High School — 
Paul R. Corrigan, junior 
master ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1). Sept. 1, 1966. 

Agassiz District — Dorothy 
A. Dowgiallo, teacher, kin- 
dergarten ($5800 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Bigelow District — Barbara 
A. Qu 11, teacher, primary 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Chapman District — Elaine 
F. Pitts, teacher elementary 
IV-VI ($6000— anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Christopher Gibson Dis- 
trict — Ursula Mistretta Pao- 
lini, teacher, primary ($6400 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dearborn District — Jane 
Fink, teacher, primary 
($5800 — annversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Maryann E. Sanford, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 



($5500 — anniversairy date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Cynthia Schwartz Sch- 
wartz, teacher, primary 
($5800 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept 1, 1966. 

Margaret T. Skarrow, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept 1, 1966. 

Dudley District — Caroline 
A. Lee, teacher, primary 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dwight District — Jerilyn 
L. McLaughlin, teacher, pri- 
mary ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Elihu Greenwood District 
— Linda J. Stone, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Ellis Mendell District — 
Elvira Vecchione Artick, 
teacher, primary ($9300 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Emily A. Fifield District — 
Kathleen M. Kelly, teacher, 
primary ($5800 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 

1966. 

Henry Grew District — 
Susan K. Fahey, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Joanne Hatzis, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict — Cornelia H. Funk- 
houser, teacher, kinder- 
garten ($5800 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Horace Mann School for 
the Deaf— Martha Y. Wahl, 
teacher ($6000 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

William R. Watkins, 
teacher ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hugh O'Brien District — 
Elizabeth F. Maloney, teach- 
er, primary ($5500— anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — Claire E. 
Brennan, teacher, junior 
high ($5800 — anniversarv 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Martin H. Rabinovitz, 
teacher, junior h : gh ($6000 
—anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

John Fitzgerald Kennedy 
District — Gladys Tennyson 



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167 



Essery, teacher, kinder- 
garten ($5800 anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Thomas P. Finneran, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

John Marshall District — 
Barbara Mulkcrrin Day, 
teacher, primary ( $6700— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept 1, 1966. 

Marilyn D. Sargon, teach- 
er, elementary IV-VI ($5500 
—anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Lewis Jun or High School 
—John J. Garrity, teacher, 
junior high ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Longefellow District — 
Mary F. Donahue, teacher, 
pimary ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Ann G. Mehrhoff, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Phyllis McCarron Wheel- 
er, teacher, primary ($6100 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Martin D strict — Marsha 
L. Edelman, teacher, elemen- 
tary IV-VI ($5500— anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

David W. Walker, teacher, 
spec'al class ($5800 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Mary Hemenway District 
— Virginia M. Murray, teach- 
er, elementary IV-VI ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Mather District — Donna 
M. McCarthy, teacher, ele- 
mentary IV-VI ($5500— an- 
nivesary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
H gh School — Frank J. 
Mangino, teacher, junior 
high ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

She'la A. Mclntire, teach- 
er, special class ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Patrick F. Lyndon District 
— Francine J. Goldberg, 
teacher, kindergarten ($5800 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — Charles D. 
L bby, teacher, junior high 
($6600 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 



Prince District — Patrick 
J. Fasanello, teacher, junior 
high ($5500- anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Larraine Webber, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5500- 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict — John C. Mathis, teach- 
er, special class ($5800 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Solomon Lewenberg Jun- 
ior H gh School — Lorraine 
F. Stigas, teacher, junior 
high ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Theodore Lyman District 
— Lois A. Cannata, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Thomas Gardner District 
— Olga A. Larson, teacher, 
kindergarten $8600 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Washington Allston Dis- 
trict — Nancy J. Horowitz, 
teacher, special class ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Roberta A. Papalia, teach- 
er, special class ($5800 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — Janet K. Buscanera, 
teacher, primary ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Gertrude O'Toole Shee- 
han, teacher, primary ($9300 
— anniversary date Sept. 
1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Sarah A. Tosney, teacher, 
primary ($5800 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

William Lloyd Garrison 
District — Paul E. Bowen, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($6100 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Ruth Forman Jacobson, 
teacher, special class ($6300 
—anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1. 1966. 

Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School — Patricia C. 
Bellew, teacher, junior high 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Department of Music — 
Mary P. Amlaw, teacher, 
music ($6300 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

James R. Howard, teacher, 
music ($6100 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 



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Gertrude Rose Jonas, in- 
strumental instructor ($6300 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

George M. Mack, instru- 
ments instructor ($5800) — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Geno R. Rossi, teacher, 
music ($63C0 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Clifford M. Weeks, teach- 
er, music ($6100 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Department of Vocational 
Education and Industrial 
Arts — Robert N. Adams, co- 
operative nstructor ($8600 
— ann versary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

John F. Logan, coopera- 
tive instructor ($9800— an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

On rol call, the rules were 
suspended and the appoint- 
ments were approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

CHANGE IN RANK 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966 reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has appointed Arthur F. 
Gustus, head of department, 
G : rls' High School, to super- 
visor of science, Department 
of Sc ence, under Group 2, 
Title I-ESEA-Project 6-035- 
004, Enrichment Program 
for E'ementary, Junior High 
and Senior High Schools, to 
takp effect June 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointment was 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

MANPOWER 
DEVELOPMENT AND 

TRAINING ACT 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and in 



accordance with the order 
passed at the meeting of 
June 19, 1962 he has ap- 
pointed the following named 
persons to the classes under 
the Manpower Development 
and Training Act of 1962, 
P. L. -87-415, to take effect 
on the dates stated. 

School Nurse— Ruth Mul- 
len R. N. (Webster School) 

4/18/66 

Instructor — Brian Mul- 
cahy (Basic Ed., McKay. 

2/14/66 

J. Edward Mulvanity 
(Basic Ed., Web.) 3/28/66 

Mary A. Quirk (Basic 
Ed., Web.) 3/28/66 

Ada F. Will'ams (Basic 
Ed., Web.) 4/18/66 

Leo E. Cooper (Dental 
Asst. Girls Tr.) 4/4/66 

School Secretary — Lucy 
Delmuto Webster) 4/18/66 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

GARDENING 

Season of 1966 

(To take effect 

May 12, 1966) 

GARDEN SUPERVISOR 

Walter E. Shaughnessy. 

GARDEN ASSISTANTS 

William J. Bond Carolyn 
Cohen, Joseph Filippone, 
John J. Malone, Ann L. 
Reardon, Ralph Rosenthal 
Helen M. Toomey, Paul 
G. Wendler. 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ments were approved by 
the follow. ng vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 
NAYS— 

(TOOLKEEPER) 

Boston Trade High School 
—William A. O'Keefe, May 
3, 1966. 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ment was approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



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ASSIGNMENTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of May 16, 
1966 reporting that, subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teachers to Title I- 
ESEA-Project 6-035-004, En- 
richment Program for Ele- 
mentary, Junior High and 
Senior High Schools, an 
Augmented Summer Pro- 
gram Involving Remedia- 
tion Enrichment, at the 
James P. Timilty Junior 
High School Summer Pro- 
gram, to take effect June 
27 and to continue unt.l 
Aug 12, 1966: 

William J. Hart, coordi- 
nator, at $8.00 per hour. 

Paul F. Foley, John J. 
MeGourty, *William E. 
O'Dornell, and James J. Mc- 
Laughlin, teachers, mathe- 
matics, $5.00 per hour. 

Edward F. DiCenzo, 
Thomas R. Pendergast, 
James L. Egan, and Thomas 
Cavanaugh, teachers, read- 
ing, $5.00 per hour. 

James W. Mulroy and 
Joseph D. McCloskey, teach- 
ers, science, $5.00 per hour. 

Constance Salamone and 
Anne P. Mordis, teachers, 
art, $5.00 per hour. 

James R. Howard, teacher, 
music, $5.00 per hour. 

Paul A. Harrington, teach- 
er, language enrichment, 
$5.00 per hour. 

David S. Owens and 
Henry E. Montane, teachers, 
diction and dramatics, $5.00 
per hour. 

John Peyton, teacher, 
fore gn language, $5.00 per 
hcur. 

Lillian Turley, secretary, 
$3.00 per hour. 

3 teacher aids at $2.00 per 
hour. 

1 nurse at $3.00 per hour. 
*Assigned to South Boston 
High School. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on oil 
roll call, the assignments 
were approved by the follow- 
ing vote : 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of May 16, 



1966, reporting that, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has assigned 
the following-named teach- 
ers, w thout change of rank 
or salary, to take effect on 
the dates stated, and to 
continue until otherwise 
ordered : 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — Robert E. 
Donoghue, teacher, junior 
high, to the Clarence R. Ed- 
wards Junior High School, 
Mar. 28, 1965. 

Longfellow District — Hugh 
E. O'Donnell, teacher, ele- 
mentary, to the Department 
of Teacher Placement, Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Department of Vocational 
Education and Industrial 
Arts — Robert N. Adams, co- 
operative instructor, as co- 
operative .nstructor, me- 
chanical design technology, 
Boston Vocational Technical 
Institute. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS Mrs Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Ccnnor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of May 
16, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teachers, to take ef- 
fect Sept. 1, 1966, and to 
continue until otherwise 
ordered : 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School— Elyse' K Tay- 
lor, teacher, junior high, as 
teacher, art, Christopher 
Gibson District, Title I- 
ESEA - Project 6-035-004, 
Enrichment Program for El- 
ementary, Junior High and 
Senior High Schools. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 



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MAY 16, 1966 



DESIGNATION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following des- 
ignations of teachers to 
serve in the positions indi- 
cated until such time as they 
shall be filled otherwise in 
accordance with the rules 
and regulations, but not be- 
yond Aug. 31, 1966: 

Emerson District — Pas- 
quale Lochiatto, teacher, ele- 
mentary as acting assistant 
principal (vice Margaret L. 
Murphy, acting principal) 
Mar. 28, 1966. 

Hyde-Everett District — 
Violet I. Meredith, assistant 
principal as acting principal 
(vice Kathryn F. Mahoney, 
absent on leave); Ruth A. 
O'Melia, teacher, elemen- 
tary, as acting assistant 
principal, Dec. 9, 1965. 

Placed on file. 

CONTRACT BETWEEN 

BOSTON SCHOOL 

COMMITTEE AND 

KNOWLES DOUGHERTY 

UNDER MODEL 

DEMONSTRATION 

SUB-SYSTEM 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, enter into and exe- 
cute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the Boston School 
Committee and Knowles 
Dougherty, said services to 
be performed under the 
Model Demonstration Sub- 
system, Project No. 6-035- 
003, at a rate not to exceed 
$75 per day; provided, that 
the total sum for carrying 
out this contract shall not 
exceed $800. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTIONS 
The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That Joseph 
McKennev, Personnel Rela- 
tions Coordinator, and 



James Spencer Tobin, Labor 
Relations Consultant, be au- 
thorized to attend a Confer- 
ence at the New York State 
School of Industrial and 
Labor Relations, to be held 
in New York on May 12 and 
13, 1966, at a total expense 
to the city not to exceed 
$152. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Louis R. 
Welch, Associate Superin- 
tendent; Thomas R. Roche, 
Director of the Department 
of Vocational Education and 
Industrial Arts; and Richard 
Bechtner, Paul E. Marsh 
and Earl B. Webb, Members 
of the Task Force for the 
Improvement of Vocational 
Education in Boston, be au- 
thorized to attend the East- 
ern Regional Conference on 
Vocational Education to be 
held in New York from May 
12 to 14, 1966. at a total 
expense not to exceed $500 
to be charged to Federal 
funds. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the Lollowing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
of the Acts of 1914, report 
of Maurice J. Downey, Di- 
rector, Vocational Guidance, 
on his attendance at the 
American Personnel and 
Guidance Association Con- 
vention, held in Washington, 
D. C, Apr. 4 to 7, 1966, in- 
clusive. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
of the Acts of 1914, report 
of John A. Tyrell, Director, 



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Department of Science, on 
his attendance at the 14th 
Annual Convention of the 
National Science Teachers 
Association, held in New 
York City. Apr. 1 to 5, 1966, 
inclusive. 

Placed on file. 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 
274 of the Acts of 1914, re- 
port of Robert E. Buck, Di- 
rector, Business Education 
on his attendance at the 
Eastern Business Teachers 
Association Convention, held 
in New York City, Apr. 7 to 
9, 1966, inclusive. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provi- 
sions of Section 3 of Chap- 
ter 274 of the Acts of 1914, 
report of William G. Tobin, 
Associate Superintendent, on 
his attendance at the Great 
Cities Research Council 
Legislative Committee, held 
in Washington, D. C, Mar. 
13 and 14, 1966. inclusive. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under late of May 
16, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provi- 
sions of Chapter 274 of the 
Acts of 1914, report of Jo- 
seph T. Trongone, Director 
of Music Education, on his 
attendance at the Music 
Educators National Confer- 
ence, held in Kansas City, 
Missouri, March 18 to 22, 
1966, inclusive. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Chapter 274 of the Acts 
of 1914, report of William 



H. Ohrenberger, Superin- 
tendent of Public Schools, 
William J. Cunningham, 
William G. Tobin, Associate 
Superintendents Thomas S. 
Eisenstadt, Chairman, Bos- 
ton School Committee, Wil- 
liam E. O'Connor and John 
J. McDonough, members, 
Boston School Committee, 
on their attendance at the 
Great Cities Program for 
School Improvement, Spring 
Conference, held in Chicago, 
Illinois, March 18 to 20, 
1966, inclusive. 
Placed on tile. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Chapter 274 of the Acts 
of 1914, report of Martin J. 
Feeney, Principal, Henry 
Grew District, A. Louis 
Karp, Principal, Blackinton- 
John Cheverus District, and 
Roger T. Connor, Boston 
Technical High School, on 
their attendance at the Con- 
ference, National Council of 
Teachers of Mathematics, 
held in New York City, 
April 13 to 16, 1966, inclu- 
sive. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
16, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
of the Acts of 1914, report 
of Joseph F. Carey, Assist- 
ant Director, Francis V. 
Brow, Marilyn R. Kiely, 
Helen Cotter, Bernard Shul- 
man, Robert Donahue, 
Grace R. Whittaker and 
Margaret Callahan, on their 
attendance at the Twenty- 
First Annual Conference of 
the Association for Super- 
vision and Curriculum De- 
velopment, held in San 
Francisco, California, March 
13 to 17, 1966, inclusive. 

Placed on file. 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest: 
EDWARD J. WINTER, 
Secretary 



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CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



May 26, 1966 
A conference of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, at 
7:23 p. m., and adjourned 
at 11:50 p. m. The Chair- 
man presiding. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building at 
11:52 p. m., and adjourned 
at 12:28 a. m., May 27, 1966. 

APPROVAL OF MINUTES 
The reading of the min- 
utes of the meetings of Feb. 
16, 28, Mar. 8, 21 and 28, 
April 14, 1966, was omitted, 
the Committee approving 
them as printed. 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
May 2, 1966, be amended 
as follows : 

Under Transfers — John 
R. Yurewicz, head of 
department, Girls' High 
School, to English High 
School, — date should read 
"to take effect June 1, 
1966." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— O 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
May 16, 1966, be amended 
as follows: 

Under Appointments from 
the Eligible List: Dept. of 
Music Education — Joseph 
L. Hart, teacher of music, 
salary should read "$6100" 
instead of $5800. 



On roll call, the order 
passed by Iho following 
vote: 

YEAS - - Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadl 5 

NAYS— 

RESOLUTIONS ON 
WALTER A. CREMEN 

The following preamble 
and resolutions were of- 
fered : 

WHEREAS, God in His 
Infinite Wisdom has seen fit 
to call from our midst the 
late Walter A. Cremen, 
Principal of the Emerson 
District; and 

WHEREAS, The Boston 
School Committee mourns 
the passing of one who dedi- 
cated himself to the educa- 
tion of the youth of our city 
for forty-one years as teach- 
er and principal; and 

WHEREAS, The Boston 
School Committee is con- 
scious of the regard in 
which Mr. Cremen was held 
by pupils and associates 
alike for the many con- 
tributions which he made to 
the maintenance of high 
educational standards as a 
teacher, a principal, and an 
officer of professional or- 
ganizations; therefore be it 

RESOLVED, That the 
Boston School Committee 
formally record this expres- 
sion of sorrow at the pas- 
sing of Walter A. Cremen 
and this tribute to his years 
of service to the Boston 
Public Schools; and be it 
further 

zRESOLVED, That a copy 
of these resolutions be sent 
to the family of the late 
Walter A. Cremen as evi- 
dence of the deep sympathy 
of the Boston School Com- 
mittee. 

On roll call the preamble 
was adopted and the resolu- 
tions approved by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

RESOLUTIONS ON 
STEPHEN J. VELARDO 
The following preamble 
and resolutions were of- 
fered: 

WHEREAS, God in His 
Infinite Wisdom has seen 



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fit to call from our midst 
the late Stephen J. Velardo, 
Principal of the Beethoven 
District; and 

WHEREAS, The Boston 
School Committer is grieved 
by the passing of this able 
educator who unselfishly de- 
voted his abilities and ener- 
gies to the task of maintain- 
ing the highest educational 
standards in the Boston 
Public Schools throughout 
his long and successful ca- 
reer; and 

WHEREAS, The Boston 
School Committee is mind- 
ful of his splendid personal 
qualities and his many fine 
achievements as teacher 
and principal which gained 
for him the respect and ad- 
miration of all who knew 
him; therefore be it 

RESOLVED That the 
Boston School Committee 
formally record this expres- 
sion of sorrow at the pas- 
sing of Stephen J. Velardo 
and this tribute to his years 
of service to the Boston 
Public Schools, and be it 
further 

RESOLVED, That a copy 
of these resolutions be sent 
to the family of the late 
Stephen J. Velardo as evi- 
dence of the deep sympathy 
of the Boston School Com- 
mittee. 

On roll call, the pre- 
amble was adopted and the 
resolutions approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

IN MEMORIAM 

The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
of the following - named 
members of the Boston 
School Department: 

Instruction of Physically 
Handicapped Children 
— Mary K. Rogers, perma- 
nent substitute teacher, May 
S, 1966. 1 

Department of Attend- 
ance — James A. Sullivan, 
supervisor, May 6, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
of the following - named 
teacher, who had been re- 
tired under the provisions 



of the State-Boston Retire- 
ment System: 

Ellis Mendell District — 
Katherine E. Hurley, Apr. 
22, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
on May 5, 1966 of Harry M. 
Webster, junior master, 
Boston Technical High 
School, who had been re- 
tired under the provisions 
of Chapter 32 of the Gen- 
eral Laws, as amended. 

Placed on file. 

The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
of the following -named 
teacher, who had been 
retired under the provisions 
of the Boston Retirement 
System: 

Department of Home 
Economics — Aloyse M. 
Owen (Hitchcock), Apr. 7, 
1966. 

Placed on file. 

The School Committee 
requested that letters of 
condolence to be signed by 
the Secretary, be sent to 
the bereaved families. 

RESIGNATIONS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, reporting the 
resignation of the follow- 
ing-named teachers, to take 
effect on the dates stated: 

William Barton Rogers 
Junior High School — An- 
nette L. Shaw, teacher, 
junior high, May 2, 1966. 

Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School — Anna R. 
Tretter, teacher, junior 
high, May 11, 1966. 

Accepted. 

WITHDRAWAL OF 
APPOINTMENTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, and 
at the request of the teach- 
ers concerned, he has with- 
drawn the following ap- 
pointments, made under 
Title I-ESEA-Project 6-035- 
004 Enrichment Program 
for Elementary, Junior High 



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and Senior High Schools, as 
presented at the meeting of 
May 2, 1966: 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — Thomas F. 
Reynolds, teacher, junior 
high ($5500- anniversary 
date Sept. 1, 1966). 

John Winthrop District — 
Angelina M. Catinella, 
teacher, elementary ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1, 
1966). 

Paul A. Dever District- 
Jane A. Aronson, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1, 1966). 

The communication "'as 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the withdrawal of p- 
pointments was approved 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has withdrawn the follow- 
ing appointments, as pre- 
sented at the meeting of 
May 2, 1966: 

Jamaica Plain High 
School — Linda M. Turner, 
teacher, high school ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1, 
1966). 

South Boston High School 
— Rebecca A. Pierce, 
teacher, high school ($6100 
— anniversary date Sept. 1, 
1966). 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the withdrawal of ap- 
pointments was approved 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

APPOINTMENTS 

The following nomina- 
tions by the Superintendent, 
certified by him as being in 
accordance with the rules 
and regulations, to take ef- 
fect on the dates stated 
were presented: 

(BY PROMOTION) 

Girls' High School — Alex- 
ander F. Galarneaux, head 
of department (from 



master, Dorchester High 
School) June 1, 1966. 

South Boston High School 
—Harold Goorvich, assistant 
head master (from head of 
department, Jeremiah E. 
Burke High School for 
Girls), June 1, 1966. 

Mather District -- Robert 
E. Lynch, assistant princi- 
pal (from teacher, junior 
high, Woodrow Wilson Jun- 
ior High School), June 1, 
1966. 

Minot District — Peter A. 
Modica, assistant principal 
'from teacher, elementary, 
Michelangelo-Eliot-Hancock 
Dist). June 1, 1966. 

William Lloyd Garrison 
District — James J. 
O'Connor, assistant princi- 
pal (from teacher, junior 
high, Woodrow Wilson Jun- 
ior High School), June 1, 
1966. 

Subject to the approval 
of the School Committee, 
the Superintendent nomi- 
nated the persons named be- 
low to the school or district 
and with the rank indicated 
in each case, for the school 
year ending August 31, 1966, 
and certified that their ap- 
pointments are in accord- 
ance with the regulations 
of the School Committee. 

These appointments are 
offered subject to the can- 
didates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualification 
and Section 38G of Chapter 
71 of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts, relating to 
teacher certification. 

In the event that any per- 
son appointed by this order 
fails to comply with the 
Rules of the School Com- 
mittee of the City of Boston 
relating to certificates of 
qualification and Section 
38G of Chapter 71 of the 
General Laws of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachu- 
setts, relating to teacher 
certification, on or before 
August 31, 1966, then the 
appointment of such person 
herein made shall be null 
and void. 



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(FROM THE ELIGIBLE 
LIST) 

Boston Latin School- 
Morris Rubinovitz, junior 
master, (from teacher, jun- 
ior high, Solomon Lewen- 
berg Junior High School), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Boston Technical High 
School— Richard A. Russo, 
junior master, ($5500 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Boston Trade High School 
—Walter T. Griffin, senior 
instructor ($5500— anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

English High School — An- 
thony M. Lorusso, junior 
master ($5800— anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

James F. Sealese, junior 
master ($6100— anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

South Boston High School 
— Patricia M. Daly, teacher, 
high school ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Marie A. Gavin, teacher 
of foods, $5500 — anniversary 
date Sept 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Ellis Mendell District- 
Bertha Harris Williams, 
teacher, primary ($6100 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept 1, 1966. 

Emily A. Fifield District 
■ — William P. Dever, teacher, 
elementary IV- VI ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Francis Parkman District 
— Christine F. Cuneo, teach- 
er, junior high ($5500 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Frank V. Thompson 
School — John B. Ford, teach- 
er, junior high ($5500— an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Henry Grew District — ■ 
Eleanor I. Murphy, teacher, 
primary ($8600 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Horace Mann School for 
the Deaf — Louis J. Bianci, 
teacher ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

John Fitzgerald Kennedy 
District — Vincent A. Sca- 
duto, teacher, elementary 
IV-VI ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Julia Ward Howe District 
— James E. Kirk, teacher, 



elementary IV-VI ($5800— 
anniversary date Sept. 1). 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Longfellow District — Vir- 
ginia C. Chiampa, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Joan C. Gross, teacher, 
kindergarten ($5500 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Mary E. Curley Junior 
High School — Joseph W. 
Sennott, guidance adviser 
(from teacher, junior high, 
James P. Timilty Jr. High 
School), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Mary Hemenway District 
— Judith R. N o o n a n, 
teacher, primary ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Anne Quinlan C r o n i n, 
teacher, kindegarten ($5800 
— anniversary date Sept. 
1), Sept. 1,1966. 

Minot District — Elizabeth 
A. Callahan, teacher, pri- 
mary ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Patrick F. Gavin, Junior 
High School— Beverly Elft- 
man Bloomfield, teacher, 
junior high ($5500 anni- 
versary date date Sept. 1, 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Prince District — Kathleen 
A. Brennan, teacher, pri- 
mary ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Robert Gould Shaw Jun- 
ior High School — Kathleen 
M. McCarthy, teacher, jun- 
ior high ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. . 

Roger Wolcott District— 
Virginia A. O'Hara, teacher, 
elementary ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

William Barton Rogers 
Junior High School — Bar- 
bara A. Harding; teacher, 
junior high ($5800 — anni- 
versary date Sept., 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — Millicent A. Diggs, 
teacher, primary ($5800 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Department of Home 
Economics — Catherine R. 
Callahan, teacher of foods, 
junior high ($6000 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 



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177 



Vicloria Clendenin de- 
Moulpied, teacher of foods, 
junior high ($6300 -anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Ann M. Fontaine, teacher 
of clothing, junior high 
( $5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Department of Physical 
Education Carol A. Feath- 
ers, teacher, physical educa- 
tion ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Theodore E. Kolow, tea- 
cher, physical education 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Josephine Miklasiewicz 
Moynihan, teacher, high 
school, physical education 
(from school nurse, Dept. of 
School Health Services), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jean E. Owens, teacher, 
physical education ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Elaine B. Stevens, teacher, 
high school, physical educa- 
tion ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Joyce S. Wong, teacher, 
physical education ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dept. of Speech and Lip- 
reading Services — Jackelyn 
Schmerin Benjamin, teacher 
($5800) — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dept. of Vocational Edu- 
cation and Industrial Arts 
—Arthur J. Workman, co- 
operative instructor ($8600 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Day School for Immi- 
grants—Ruth Cox Gustin, 
teacher ($9100— anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

FROM THE ELIGIBLE 

LIST 
(Under Title I-ESEA— 

Project 6-035-004 
Enrichment Program for 
Elementary, Junior High 
and Senior High Schools) 
Clarence R. Edwards Jun- 
ior High School— Margaret 
Bowe Borggard, guidance 



adviser (from teacher, jun- 
ior high, Solomon Lewen- 
berg Junior High School, 
$9800), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Cornelius A. O'Regan, 
guidance adviser (from 
teacher, junior high, Oliver 
W. Holmes Jr. High School, 
$6900), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dillaway District — Carol- 
ann H. D'Amico, teacher, 
primary ($5800 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Dwight District — Martha 
J. Shanley, teacher, primary 
($5800 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hugh O'Brien District — 
Renata Reichalt Joseph, 
teacher, art ($5500 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Deena G. Rice, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Jefferson District — Jean 
M. Colton, teacher, ele- 
mentary IV- VI ($6100— an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Lawrence R. Krueger, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($6600 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Martin D. Levine, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5800— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — Alan 
Kaplan, guidance adviser 
($6600 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Paul A. Dever District- 
Claire M. McCarthy, teach- 
er, primary ($5500— anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Elaine L. Richman, teach- 
er, primary ($5500— anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Theodore Lyman District 
—Emma Mitchell Brown, 
teacher, primary ($5800— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Carole R. Feldman, teach- 
er, elementary IV-VI ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Frances M. Sherlock, 
teacher, primary ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1). 
Sept. 1, 1966. 



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MAY 26, 1966 



On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

DEPARTMENT OF ADULT 

EDUCATIONAL AND 

RECREATIONAL 

ACTIVITIES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
appointed the following- 
named persons for service 
in the evening schools for 
the term 1965-66: 

HIGH SCHOOLS 

Paul J. Cameron, May 19, 
1966; Gerard J. Gorman, 
May 10, 1966, Harvey S. 
Horovitz, April 28, 1966; 
Richard C. Murphy, May 10, 
1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has appointed the follow- 
ing-named persons for serv- 
ice in the Department of 
Adult Educational and Rec- 
reational Activities, under 
Title II B, Adult Basic Edu- 
cation, Economic Oppor- 
tunity Act of 1964: 

Teachers — James P. Col- 
lins, Nathaniel W. Ketten- 
dorf, Jack Koffman, Gail 
C. McDavitt, Robert L. Sai- 
amone, M. Gregory Tou- 
pouzis, May 16, 1966. 

Teacher Aides — Patricia 
Coppinger, William M. Gil- 
more, Susan Jennings, Nat- 
alie G. Perry, May 16, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

APPOINTMENTS, MODEL 
DEMONSTRATION SUB- 
SYSTEM, SUMMER 
PROGRAM 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of May 26, 
1966, reporting subject to 
the approval of the School 
Committee, he has nominat- 
ed the person named below 
as teachers in the Model 
Demonstration Subsystem, 
Title I, ESEA, Project 6- 
035-003, for the period June 
27 through July 29, 1966, 
salary to be at the rate of 
$875 for the term: 

Mary M. Herlihy, Frances 
Moore, Phyllis Tobin, John 
M. Gray, Joseph T. Sullivan, 
Augustine P. Pepe, Andrew 
H. Vaccari, Mary Thomsen, 
C. Gail Washington, Frances 
A. Mullen, Joseph Ford, Isa- 
bella Ravenell, Helen Hall, 
Dorothy Bethel, Jane 
Owens, Carolyn Bruneau, 
Robert H. Watrous, Marie 
Ciampa, Flora DiNucci, 
Charles H. Thomas, Teresa 
A. Hamrock, Leandro Delia 
Piana, Marjorie Abbott, Bar- 
bara Scanlon, Janet F. Jer- 
vinis, Ellen G. Sullivan, 
John C. Dwyer. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

INSTRUCTION OF PHYSI- 
CALLY HANDICAPPED 
CHILDREN 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned Marion W. 
Barrett for employment 
after school hours to teach 
physically handicapped chil- 
dren, not to exceed two 
hours in any one day, to 
take effect on May 9, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 



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call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS - - Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

(TEMPORARY ASSIST- 
ANT LIBRARIAN) 

Girls' Latin School — An- 
gela M. Cadigan, temporary- 
assistant librarian, Sept. 8, 
1966. 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ment was approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, recommending, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence without 
pay granted to the follow- 
ing named teacher be re- 
scinded: 

Edward Everett District 
—James N. Adams, teacher, 
elementary, September 1, 
1966, to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was rescinded by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of May 26, 
1966, recommending, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence with pay 
be granted to the following 
named persons for the term 
specified: 

Boston Technical High 
School — Vincent Negrini, 
Junior master, June 13, 
1966 to June 23, 1966. 

Boston Technical High 
School — William Horan, 
Junior master, June 15, 1966 
to June 23, 1966. 

Boston Technical High 
School — John M. Canty, 
Jr., Junior master, June 15, 
1966 to June 23, 1966. 



Boston English High 
School — Joseph G. Zito- 
mersky, Junior master, June 
20, 1966 to June 23, 1966. 

Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School — Thomas J. Loftus, 
Master, June 10, 1966 to 
June 23, 1966. 

English High School An- 
nex — James L. Buckley, 
Junior master, June 13, 
1966 to June 23, 1966. 

Hart - Gaston - Perry Dis- 
trict — Charles J. Garvey, 
teacher, elementary, June 
16, 1966 to June 23, 1966. 

English High School — 
James J. Doherty, Head of 
Department, June 20 to 
June 23, 1966. 

Elihu Greenwood District 
Francis Manning, teacher, 
elementary, June 13, 1966 
to June 23, 1966. 

Prince District — Winifred 
T. Bryant, teacher, primary, 
June 20, 1966 to June 23, 
1966. 

Boston Trade High School 
— Rocco Sammartano, trade 
instructor, June 13, 1966 to 
to June 16, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of May 26, 
1966, recommending, subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence for study 
be granted to the following 
named teachers for the term 
specified: 

John F. Kennedy District 
—James A. MacDougall, 
teacher, elementary, Sep- 
tember 1, 1966 to August 31, 
1967. 

Boston Latin School — 
Richard A. Thomas, master, 
September 1, 1966 to August 
31, 1967. 

English High School — 
Jacob Aronson, junior 
master, September 1, 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

Joseph E. Barnes Junior 
High School — Evelyn 
Strauss, teacher, junior high, 
September 1, 1966 to August 
31, 1967. 



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Elihu Greenwood District 

— Emily E. M a g u i r e, 
teacher, elementary, Sep- 
tember 1, 1966 to August 31, 
1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, recommending that 
leave of absence without 
pay for maternity be grant- 
ed to the following named 
teachers to take effect on 
the dates indicated, and to 
continue until terminated 
by the Superintendent with 
the approval of the School 
Committee, provided that 
such leave shall be for a pe- 
riod of at least three months 
after the date of birth, and 
provided further that no 
such leave shall in any event 
exceed eighteen months: 

Boston Business School — 
Fay P. Abrams, teacher, 
May 2, 1966. 

Hart - Gaston - Perry Dis- 
trict — Barbara F. Hughes, 
teacher, elementary, April 
25, 1966. 

Warren District — Nancy 
M. Locke, teacher, elemen- 
tary, May 3, 1966. 

Mary Hemingway District 

— P a t r i c i a C. Sullivan, 
teacher, elementary, March 
2, 1966. 

James A. Garfield Dis- 
trict — Linda Smith Gold- 
farb, teacher, kindergarten, 
May 9, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent under date of May 26, 
1966, recommending, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, that leave of ab- 



sence without pay be grant- 
ed to the following named 
persons for the term speci- 
fied: 

Elihu Greenwood District 
— Mary Dunn, teacher, ele- 
mentary, September 1, 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

Hart-Gaston-Perry Dis- 
trict — Mary Sheehan, 
teacher, primary, October 
17, 1966 to August 31, 1967. 

Harvard District — Betty 
Baker Keeton, teacher of 
reading, September 1, 1966 
to January 3, 1967. 

Robert Treat Paine Dis- 
trict — Dorothy M. De- 
Courcy, teacher, elementary, 
May 2, 1966 to June 23, 
1966. 

Bigelow District — Rosina 
Piro (Griffin), teacher, ele- 
mentary, September 1, 1966 
to March 15, 1967. 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — Susan Major Tingey, 
teacher, junior high school, 
September 1, 1966 to Au- 
gust 31, 1967. 

Girls Latin School — An- 
gela M. Cadigan, teacher, 
September 1, 1966 to August 
31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, recommending, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence without 
pay be granted to the fol- 
lowing named person for 
the term specified: 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — Ulysses G. 
Shelton, Jr., teacher, junior 
high, September 1, 1966 to 
August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



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The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing named persons be 
granted an extension of sick 
leave, without loss of pay, 
for a period of thirty days 
from the date stated 1 

Department of Educa- 
tional Investigation and 
Measurement — Louise E. 
McLaughlin, research as- 
sistant, March 21, 1966. 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — Mary 
Cleary, teacher, junior high, 
June 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the leaves of 
absence were granted by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing named person be 
granted an extension of sick 
leave, without loss of pay, 
for a period of thirty days 
from the date stated: 

Boston Latin School — 
Charles Cirame, master, 
May 3, 1966. 

Brighton High School — 
Marion C. Gilman, Head of 
Department, February 15, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing named persons be 
granted an extension of sick 
leave, without loss of pay, 
for a period of thirty days 
from the date stated: 

Department of Conserva- 
tion of Eyesight— Katherine 
Urich, acting in charge, May 
17, 1966. 

Day School for Immi- 
grants, Mildred Clausmeyer, 
teacher, March 31, 1966. 

Department of Hygiene, 
Margaret Sullivan, R.N., 
school nurse, May 19, 1966. 

Martin District — Eliza- 
beth Thornton, Assistant 
Principal, May 19, 1966. 



On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs, McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— Mr. Lee— 1 

ASSIGNMENTS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, reporting that 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has terminated the assign- 
ments of the following- 
named teachers, to take 
effect on the dates indi- 
cated : 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — J. Warren 
Sennott, teacher, junior 
high, to guidance adviser, 
Mary E. Curley Junior High 
School Sept. 1, 1966. 

Theodore Lyman District 
— William T. McCann, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
to Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School, as reading 
consultant, Mar. 25, 1966. 

Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School — Joseph F. 
Leonard, teacher, junior 
high, to Jamaica Plain High 
School, Aug. 31, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the termination of as- 
signments was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
3'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of May 
26, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teacher, under Title 
I-ESEA— Project 6-035-003, 
The Model Demonstration 
Subsystem, to take effect 
May 26, 1966 and to con- 
tinue until Aug. 31, 1966: 

Department of Investiga- 
tion and Measurement — 
Anna T. Burke, research 
assistant, $994.00 per month 
of service. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was 
approved by the following 
vote: 



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YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teachers, to take ef- 
fect on the dates stated and 
to continue until otherwise 
ordered: 

Charlestown High School 
— Frederick F. Meagher, 
junior master, to Boston 
Technical High School, Apr. 
11, 1966. 

Dept. of Vocational Edu- 
cation and Industrial Arts — 
John F. Logan, cooperative 
instructor, to Boston Voca- 
tional Technical Institute, 
Sept. 1, 1966; Arthur J. 
Workman, cooperative in- 
structor, to Boston Voca- 
tional Technical Institute, 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

DESIGNATIONS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following des- 
ignations of teachers to 
serve in the positions indi- 
cated, until such time as 
they shall be filled other- 
wise, in accordance with the 
rules and regulations, but 
not beyond Aug. 31, 1966: 

Blackinton-John Cheverus 
District— Alfred D. Tutela, 
teacher, elementary, as act- 
ing assistant principal (vice 
Alice M. Sullivan, absent on 
Jeave), Apr. 25, 1966. 

Minot District — Dorothy 
H. Terry, teacher, elemen- 
tary, as acting assistant 
principal (Katherine Mor- 
gan, asst. prin. retired), 
Apr. 4, 1966. 

Placed on file. 



REPORT ON MARRIED 
TEACHERS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of May 26, 
1966, reporting that in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 283 of the regula- 
tions, the following-named 
female teachers have report- 
ed that they were married 
on the dates indicated: 

East Boston High School 

— Georgia Iavicoli, teacher, 
high school, married Apr. 16, 
1966, new name Georgia 
Iavicoli Stasio. 

Francis Parkman District 

— Kathleen E. C u r r a n, 
teacher, special class, mar- 
ried Apr. 19, 1966, new 
name Kathleen C u r r a n 
Davis; Adeline C. Reilly, 
teacher, primary, married 
May 7, 1966, new name Ade- 
line Reilly Matthews. 

Harvard District — Nancy 
J. Kaplan, teacher, elemen- 
tary, IV-VI, married Apr. 
23, 1966, new name Nancy 
Kaplan Lubar. 

Mary Hemenway District 
— Marjorie Pistorino, teach- 
er, kindergarten, married 
June 26, 1966, new name 
Marjorie Pistorino Collins. 

Prince District — Frances 
D. Thatcher, teacher, pri- 
mary, married Mar. 18, 
1966, new name Frances 
Thatcher MacEachern. 

Theodore Lyman District 
— Julianne DeFranzo, teach- 
er, primary, mar.ied Apr. 
16, 1966, new name Julianne 
DeFranzo Salamone. 

Placed on file. 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTIONS 
The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the ac- 
tion of the School Commit- 
tee taken at the meeting of 
April 14, 1966, authorizing 
Leo Burke, Business Man- 
ager, William Gorman, Dep- 
uty Business Manager, and 
Edwin McCaffrey, School- 
house Custodian, to attend 
the Association of School 
Business Officials Conven- 
tion to be held in Auburn, 
Massachusetts, is hereby 
rescinded. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



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YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offer- 
ed: 

ORDERED, That Mar- 
guerite G. Sullivan, deputy 
superintendent, is hereby 
authorized to attend the 
White House Conference 
Committee, to be held in 
Washington, D. C, May 31 
to June 3, 1966, inclusive, 
at an expense to the city 
not to exceed one hundred 
thirty-five dollars ($135). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Jeffrey 
J. Keating, assistant direc- 
tor, Dept. of Vocational 
Education and Industrial 
Arts, is hereby authorized 
to attend the 22nd Annual 
Seaboard Apprenticeship 
Conference, to be held in 
Groton, Connecticut, June 
13 to 16, 1966, inclusive, at 
a cost to the city not to ex- 
ceed one hundred dollars 
($100). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the followi.-g 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That William 
J. Cunningham, Associate 
Superintendent, is hereby 
authorized to attend the 
Advanced Administrative 
Institute, to be held at Har- 
vard University, July 5 to 
15, 1966, at a cost to the 
city not to exceed two hun- 
dred fifty dollars ($250). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Marga- 
ret A. Learson, Director, 
Department of Home Eco- 
nomics, is hereby authorized 
to attend the Convention of 
American Home Economics 
Association, to be held in 
San Francisco, California, 
June 27 to July 1, 1966, in- 
clusive, at a cost to the city 
not to exceed three hundred 
ninety dollars ($390). 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Joseph 
McKenney, Personnel Rela- 
tions Coordinator, is hereby 
authorized to attend the 
National Institute on Collec- 
tive Negotiations in Public 
Education, to be held in 
Philadelphia, Pa., June 19 
to 24, 1966, inclusive, at a 
cost to the city not to ex- 
ceed two hundred ninety 
dollars ($290). 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
of the Acts of 1914, report 
of Eileen E. Connolly, Prin- 
cipal, Horace Mann School 
for the Deaf, on her attend- 
ance at the National Con- 
ference of Executives of 
Schools for the Deaf, held 
in Hot Springs, Arkansas, 
Apr. 24 to 29, 1966, inclu- 
sive. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of May 
26, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
of the Acts of 1914, report 
of James J. Foley, President, 
Elementary Principals' As- 
sociation, on his attendance 
at the Convention of De- 



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partment of Elementary 
School Principals, held in 
Portland, Oregon, Mar. 18 
to 25, 1966, inclusive. 
Placed on file. 

SAMUEL GROSS DAVIS 
FUND 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Business Manager is hereby 
authorized to draw from 
the City Treasurer the sum 
of one thousand seven- 
hundred dollars ($1,700), 
from the income of the 
Samuel Gross Davis Fund, 
and that the Business Man- 
ager is further authorized to 
place this sum in the special 
bank account to the credit 
of "Leo J. Burke, Business 
Manager," for the purpose 
of making disbursements, 
through principals of 
schools, to pupils in the pub- 
lic schools selected to be the 
recipients of the benefac- 
tions provided in the will of 
Samuel Gross Davis. 

On roll call the order passed 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

SALARY SCHEDULE 

1966-67 
The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That Coordi- 
nators be removed from 
Group 2 to Group 3 of the 
1966-1967 salary schedule 
and that they be removed 
from the bargaining unit 
established by the School 
Committee by order passed 
on December 15. 1965. 

On roll call the order passed 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

EXPENDITURES TO 
MAR. 31, 1966 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Business 
Manager, under date of May 
26, 1966, submittting a state- 
ment showing the expendi- 
tures for general school pur- 
poses and special items for 
the first three drafts of the 
current year, the expendi- 
tures for the first three 
drafts of the fiscal year 



1966 and the increases and 
decreases in the several 
items. 
Placed on file. 

EXPENDITURES TO 
APR. 30, 1966 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Business 
Manager, under date of 
May 26, 1966, submitting a 
statement showing the ex- 
penditures for the mainte- 
nance of the public schools 
for 1965, the expenditures 
for the current month, the 
expenditures for the first 
four drafts of the current 
fiscal year, the expenditures 
for the first four drafts of 
the fiscal year 1965 and the 
increases and decreases in 
the several items. 

Placed on file. 

DUDLEY-HYDE-EVERETT 
DISTRICT 
The following was offered : 
ORDERED, that the Dud- 
ley District and the Hyde- 
Everett District be com- 
bined, the new district to be 
known as the Dudley-Hyde- 
Everett District to take ef- 
fect June 1, 1966. 

On roll call the order passed 
by the following; vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

SALARY OF ESCORT 
The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary of Attendant, School 
Department (Escort), Hor- 
ace Mann School, be estab- 
lished at the rate of $13 per 
day to take effect Septem- 
ber 1, 1966. 

On roll call the order passed 
by the following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

CONTRACT FOR 
PROFESSIONAL SERV- 
ICES UNDER MODEL 
DEMONSTRATION 
SUBSYSTEM 
The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, enter into and exe- 
cute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the Boston School 



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185 



Committee and Dr. Zvi So- 
bel, said services to be per- 
formed under the Model 
Demonstration Sub-system 
Project No. 6-035-003, at a 
rate not to exceed $60 per 
day; provided, that the total 
sum for carrying out this 
contract shall not exceed 
$2,400. 

On roll call the order passed 
by the following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

The following was offered : 
ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, enter into and exe- 
cute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the Boston School 
Committee and Richard M. 
Whitney, said services to be 
performed under the Model 
Demonstration Sub-system, 
Project No. 6-035-003, at a 
rate not to exceed $25 per 
day; provided, that the total 
sum for carrying out this 
contract shall not exceed 
$200. 

On roll call the order passed 
by the following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt 5 
NAYS— 

PROMOTIONS, 

TRANSFERS, ETC., 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

OFFICES 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing named employees, 
certified as eligible by the 
Division of Civil Service, be 
promoted to Assistant Au- 
dio-Visual Technicians, to 
take effect as indicated be- 
low: 

Thomas J. Fitzgerald — 
April 25, 1966. 

Francis J. Gorski— April 
25, 1966. 

Joseph D. McDonald — 
June 8, 1966. 

On roll call the order passed 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That subject 

to the approval of the Divi- 



sion of Civil Service, Marga- 
ret M. Sullivan, Clerk and 
Stenographer in the Office 
of Program Development, be 
provisionally promoted to 
the position of Senior Clerk 
and Stenographer, effective 
June 1, 1966. 

On roll call the order passed 
by the following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That with the 
approval of the Division of 
Civil Service and the con- 
sent of the department con- 
cerned, Helen M. Conti, 
Head Clerk and Secretary 
in the Office of the Deputy 
Commissioner of Planning, 
Research and Evaluation, 
Boston City Hospital, be 
transferred to the position 
of Principal Clerk and 
Stenographer, Department 
of Educational Publications 
and Informational Services, 
Boston School Department, 
to take effect June 1, 1966. 

On roll call the order passed 
by the following: vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That with the 
approval of the Division of 
Civil Service and the con- 
sent of the department con- 
cerned, Rose K. Reynolds, 
Senior Clerk and Stenogra- 
pher, City of Boston Build- 
ing Department, be trans- 
ferred to the same position 
in the Department of Edu- 
cational Investigation and 
Measurement, to take effect 
May 25, 1966. 

On roll call the order passed 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— O 

The following was offered : 
ORDERED, That with the 
approval of the Division of 
Civil Service and the con- 
sent of the department con- 
cerned, Genevieve M. Moses, 
Telephone Operator, Boston 
Police Department, be trans- 
ferred to the same position 
in the Office of the Business 
Manager, to take effect May 
25, 1966. 



186 MAY 26, 1966 


On roll call the order passed 


J. Delaney, Junior Building 


by the following vote: 


Custodian, be granted an 


YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 


extension of sick leave, with- 


Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 


out loss of pay, for a period 


and Eisenstadt — 5 


of thirty (30) days from 


NAYS— 


May 4, 1966. 


— 


On roll call the order passed 


The following was offered: 


by the following vote: 


ORDERED, That subject 


YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 


to the approval of the Divi- 


Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 


sion of Civil Service, Mary 


and Eisenstadt — 5 


E. Sullivan, Senior Clerk 


NAYS— 


and Typist, Adult Health 





Division, Massachusetts De- 


TRANSFER OF 


partment of Public Health, 


CUSTODIANS 


be transferred to the posi- 


A communication was re- 


tion of Senior Clerk and 


ceived from the Superin- 


Typist, Office of the Busi- 


tendent, under date of May 


ness Manager, at a salary of 


26, 1966, recommending sub- 


eighty-one dollars per week, 


ject to the approval of the 


to take effect May 18, 1966. 


School Committee, that the 


On roll call, the order 


following senior building 


passed by the following 


custodians who, by seniority 


vote: 


and merit, stand at the head 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 


of the list, be transferred to 


Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 


the schools indicated, to 


and Eisenstadt — 5 


take effect June 1, 1966. 


NAYS— 


Henry J. Lynch, from 


— 


Thomas N. Hart to Joseph 


The following was offered: 


J. Hurley School. 


ORDERED, That Cather- 


John J. Quigg, from Dear- 


ine F. Barry, Principal 


born to William Bacon 


Clerk-School Secretary, East 


School. 


Boston High School, be 


Thomas W. Goodwin, from 


granted an extension of sick 


Nathan Hale to John Win- 


leave, without loss of pay, 


throp School. 


for a period of thirty (30) 


Thomas J. Donnelly, from 


days from June 8, 1966. 


John Winthrop (temporary) 


On roll call the order passed 


to Quincy Dickerman School. 


by the following vote: 


James M. Curley, from 


YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 


Quincy Dickerman (tempo- 


Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 


rary) to Williams School. 


and Eisenstadt — 5 


John J. Callahan, from 


NAYS— 


Lucy Stone to Daniel Web- 


, 


ster School. 


ESTABLISHMENT OF 


George A. Sparks, from 


CLASS GRADES FOR 


Aaron Davis to Benedict 


CUSTODIAL PURPOSES 


Fenwick School. 


The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That, for cus- 
todial purposes, the class 
grades of the following- 
named schools be estab- 
lished as indicated, to take 
effect June 1, 1966: 
Peter Faneuil No. 21 
Florence Nightingale No. 19 
Alexander Hamilton No. 21 
Warren-Prescott No. 23 
On roll call the order passed 
bv the following vote: 


Harold F. Page, from Ros- 
lindale High to Boston Tech- 
nical High School. 

James F. O'Hare, from 
South Boston High to Ros- 
lindale High School. 

Harold J. Field, from Pat- 
rick F. Gavin Junior High to 
South Boston High School. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 


EXTENSION OF 
SICK LEAVE 


The Committee adjourned. 
Attest : 


The following was offered: 


EDWARD J. WINTER 


ORDERED, That Patrick 


Secretary 



City of Boston 
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CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 

June 2, 1966 
A conference o( the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, at 
3:20 p.m., and adjourned at 
6:14 p.m., the Chairman pre- 
siding. 

PRESENT: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building at 
6:15 p.m., and adjourned at 
6:25 p.m. 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the meeting of May 
16, 1966, be amended as fol- 
lows: 

UNDER 
APPOINTMENTS FROM 

THE ELIGIBLE LIST 

Christopher Gibson Dis- 
trict — Ursula Mistretta Pao- 
lini, teacher, p r i m a r y — 
should read "Ursula Paolini 
Mistretta." 

John Marshall District — 
Barbara Mulkerrin Day, 
teacher, primary — s h o u 1 d 
read "$7200" instead of 
$6700. 

Washington Allston Dis- 
trict — Nancy J. Horowitz, 
teacher, special class — 
should read "$5800" instead 
of $5500. 
On roll call the order passed 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 
and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

IN MEMORIAM 

The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
of the following -named 
member of the Boston 
School Department who 
had been retired under the 
provisions of the State-Bos- 
ton Retirement System: 

Frances R. Sullivan, Di- 
rector Emerita, Department 
of Kindergartens, May 28, 
1966. 

Placed on file. 



The School Committee re- 
quested that a letter of con- 
dolence, to be signed by the 
secretary, be sent to the be- 
reaved family. 

APPOINTMENTS 

Subject to the approval 
of the School Committee, 
the Superintendent nomi- 
nated the persons named 
below to the school or dis- 
trict, and with the rank in- 
dicated in each, for the 
schoool year ending August 
31, 1966, and certified that 
their appointments are in 
accordance with the regula- 
tions of the School Commit- 
tee. 

These appointments are 
offered subject to the can- 
didates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualifica- 
tion and Section 38G of 
Chapter 71 of the General 
Laws of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts, relating 
to teacher certification. 

In the event that any per- 
son appointed by this order 
fails to comply with the 
Rules of the School Com- 
mittee of the City of Bos- 
ton relating to certificates 
of qualification and Section 
38G of Chapter 71 of the 
General Laws of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachu- 
setts, relating to teacher 
certification, on or before 
August 31, 1966, then the 
appointment of such person 
herein made shall be null 
and void. 

(FROM THE ELIGIBLE 
LIST) 

Boston Technical High 
School — Leo T. Mavrelis, 
senior instructor ($7700 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1). 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Manuel Bogis, senior in- 
structor ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Dorchester High School 
— Norman J. Rizzi, junior 
master, ($7000 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

South Boston High School 
— Ruth E. Hartnett, teacher, 
high school, ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 



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Bigelow District — Carol 
A. Taylor, teacher kinder- 
garten ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1,), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Frank V. Thompson 
School — Nancy Bernstein 
Wexler, teacher, primary 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hart - Gaston - Perry Dis- 
trict — Gloria E. Razvad, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Longfellow D i s t r i c t — 
Nancy M. O'Brien, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Patrick F. Lyndon Dis- 
trict — Barbara A. Goltz, 
teacher, kindergarten ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Prnce District — Alice 
Richmond Hall, teacher, 
kindergarten ($5500 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Robert Gould Shaw Junior 
High School — Susan E. 
Rhodes, teacher, junior high 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Washington Irving Junior 
High School — Bette S. 
Moses, teacher, junior high 
<$5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

William E. Russell Dis- 
trict — Jean M. Colleran, 
teacher, kindergarten ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 
1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

William Lloyd Garrison 
District — Anne V. Boden, 
teacher, primary ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Instruction of Physically 
Handicapped Children — 
Mary Hernon Clarke, teach- 
er, $9100 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Eileen Donovan Hayes, 
teacher, ($6600 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Anne M. Keane, teacher, 
($5800 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments were approved 
by the folowing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



DEPARTMENT OF 
ADULT AND RECRE- 
ATIONAL ACTIVITIES 

(Summer Review Schools) 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 2, 
1966, reporting that subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
appointed the following- 
named principals of sum- 
mer review schools for the 
term 1966, to take effect 
June 27, 1966: 

Dorchester Summer Re- 
view High School — Robert 
F. Buck. 

Fenway Summer Review 
High School — Eugene L. 
McLaughlin. 

Dorchester Summer Re- 
view Junior High School — 
Edith A. DeAngelis. 

Jamaica Plain Summer 
Review Junior High School 
— John T. Prince. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That summer 
review schools are hereby 
established for the term 
1966 in the following-named 
school buildings: 

Dorchester Summer Re- 
view High School, in the 
Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School for Girls, Washing- 
ton Street, near Columbia 
Road, Dorchester. 

Fenway Summer Review 
High School, in the Boston 
Latin School, Avenue Louis 
Pasteur, Boston. 

Dorchester Summer Re- 
view Junior High School, in 
the Girls' Latin School, Tal- 
bot Avenue and Washing- 
ton Street, Dorchester. 

Jamaica Plain Summer 
Review Junior High School, 
in the Mary E. Curley 
School, corner Centre Street 
and Pershing Road, Jamai- 
ca Plain. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



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YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the term 
1966 of the summer review 
high schools shall begin on 
Monday, June 27, 1966, and 
close on Friday, August 12, 
1966, and that sessions be 
held on each day of said 
term except Saturdays and 
Sundays, and Monday, July 
4, from 8 a. m. to 12 m. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the term 
1966 of the summer review 
junior high schools shall be- 
gin on Monday, June 27, 
1966, and close on Friday, 
August 12, 1966, and that 
sessions be held on each day 
of said term except Satur- 
days and Sundays, and 
Monday, July 4, from 9 
A. M. to 12 M. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That during 
the term 1966 pupils may be 
admitted to the summer re- 
view schools only upon the 
approval of the Superinten- 
dent or of the Associate 
Superintendent in charge. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered 1 

ORDERED, That the 
Superintendent is hereby 
authorized to make such 
emergency appointments of 
teachers as may be neces- 



sary for service in the sum- 
mer review schools for the 
term 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

MANPOWER DEVELOP- 
MENT AND TRAINING 
CLASSES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 2, 
1966, reporting that subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, and in 
accordance with the order 
passed at the meeting of 
June 19, 1962, he has ap- 
pointed the following named 
persons to the classes un- 
der the Manpower Develop- 
ment and Training Act of 
1962, P.L.-87-415 to take 
effect on the dates stated. 

Instructor Andrew Ar- 
c a d i p a i n (Woodworking, 
Trade) 5/28/66. 

*Ann C. Bergin (L.P.N., 
Girls Trade) 4/27/66. 

Norman H. Blanchard 
(Mach. Op., E.B.) 5/16/66. 

Gerard F. Donovan (Basic 
Ed., Web.) 4/4/66. 

Ronald A. Ducharme 
(Jamaica PI., Clk., T.) 
5/9/66. 

Bertram P. Mullaney 
(Basic Ed., McKay) 4/1/66. 

Ada F. Williams (Basic 
Ed., Web.) 4/18/66. 

* Substituted one (1) day 
for Miss Speer. 

Toolkeeper Arthur E. 
Brown (Mach. Shop, Trade) 
5/16/66. (New) 

Michael Mavris (Mach. 
Shop, Trade) 5/16/66. 
(New) 

**Thomas V. Roden (Elec. 
Mech., Tr. Annex) 5/16/66. 

**Re placing Thomas 
Morin who graduated. 

Clerical Assistant Richard 
R. Doran (Clerk-Typist, 
Hyde Pk.) 5/9/66. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
nail, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 



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DEPARTMENT OF VOCA- 
TIONAL EDUCATION 
AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 2, 
1966, reporting, subject to 
the approval of the School 
Committee, he has made the 
following assignments of 
teachers for supervision of 
agricultural projects during 
the summer season of 1966: 
Dennis M. Crowley, Ed- 
ward J. Donaghy, Walter V. 
Stranger. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS — 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 2, 
1966, recommending that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, leave 
of absence without loss of 
pay, for the periods indi- 
cated, be granted to the fol- 
lowing-named persons, in or- 
der that they may partici- 
pate in the Overseas School 
Project for San Salvador: 

John A. Tyrell, Director, 
Department of Science, from 
June 9, 1966 through June 
23, 1966 (10 days). 

Edward A. Foley, Head of 
Department, Boston Trade 
High School, from June 9, 
1966 through June 23, 1966 
(10 days). 

George J. Hermiston, 
1'eacher, Junior High, Oliver 
Wendell Holmes Junior High 
School, from June 16, 1968 
through June 23, 1966 (5 
days). 

Daniel E. O'Connell, 
Teacher, Junior High, Oliver 
Wendell Holmes Junior High 
School, from June 16, 1966 
through June 23, 1966 (5 
days). 

Doris M. Gorman, Teach- 
er, Elementary, William E. 
Endicott District, from June 
16, 1966 through June 23, 
1966 (5 days). 

Hazel E. Reamer, Teach- 
er, Elementary, Henry L. 
Higginson District, from 



June 16, 1966 through June 
23, 1966 (5 days). 

Mary E. Martin, Principal, 
Flumboldt Avenue School, 
from June 16, 1966 through 
Jane 23, 1966 (5 days). 

Marion J. Fahey, Assis- 
tant Director, Department 
of Teacher Placement, from 
June 16, 1966 through June 
23, 1966, (5 days). 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
can, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

ASSIGNMENTS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
2, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has as- 
signed the following-named 
teacher, to take effect on 
the dates indicated: 

Abraham Lincoln-Quincy 
District — Peter J. Ingereri, 
assistant principal, to Office 
of Chief Structural Engi- 
neer, from April 29, 1966 to 
May 31, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 

2, 1966, reporting that he 
has continued the assignment 
of Alexander F. Glardneaux, 
head of department, Girls' 
High School, as Curriculum 
Design Specialist, under 
Title I-ESEA-Project 6-035- 

003, The Model Demonstra- 
tion Subsystem, from June 
1, 1966 to August 31, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the continuation of as- 
signment was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 



JUNE 2, 1966 



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DESIGNATION 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 2, 
T966, reporting that he has 
made the following designa- 
tion of a teacher, to serve in 
the position indicated, until 
such time as it shall be filled 
otherwise, in accordance 
with the rules and regula- 
tions, but not beyond Aug. 
31, 1966: 

Abraham Lincoln-Quincy 
District — Rose R. Lynch, 
teacher, junior high, as act- 
ing assistant principal, (in 
place of Peter J. Ingeneri, 
assistant principal, on spe- 
cial assignment to 15 Beacon 
Street), Apr. 29, 1966. 
Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 2, 
1966 reporting that he has 
made the following designa- 
tions of personnel to take 
effect June 1, 1966 and to 
continue until otherwise 
ordered : 

Herbert C. Hambelton, 
Administrative Assistant to 
Superintendent, as Act- 
ing Associate Superinten- 
dent, (vice William J. Cun- 
ningham, absent on leave), 
$1,422.00 per month cf serv- 
ice. 

Peter Ingeneri, Assistant 
Principal, Abraham Lincoln- 
Quincy District, as Act- 
ing Administrative Assistant 
to Superintendent, $1,078.33, 
per month of service. 

Placed on file. 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTION 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That Evans 
Clinchy, Consulting Direc- 
tor; Joseph Carey, Assistant 
Director and Francis V. 
Brow, Program Analyst, Of- 
fice of Program Develop- 
ment, be authorized to at- 
tend a conference in the 
U. S. Office of Education, 



Washington, D. C. on June 
2, 1966, at an expense not 
to exceed $82.00 per person, 
to be charged to Title I 
ESEA, Project 6-035-003. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

ADMINISTRATIVE OF- 
FICES — SCHOOLS, 

PROMOTIONS 
The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
iowing-named persons, certi- 
fied as eligible by the Divi- 
-ion of Civil Service, be pro- 
noted to the position of Sen- 
ior Clerk and Stenographer, 
effective May 10, 1966: 

Mary Gershman, Phyllis 
M. McDonough, Mary A. Mc- 
Mahon, Nancy L. Higgins, 
Mary A. Ahern, Marion B. 
Talanian. 

On roll call, the order 

oassed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 

O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

LEAVE OF ABSENCE, 
CUSTODIAN 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, Paul 
V. Kelley, Junior Building 
Custodian, be granted an ad- 
ditional leave of absence 
without pay for a period of 
ihree months from June 14, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
massed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest: 

EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary 



CITY OP BOSTON 



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CITY OF BOSTON 
Proceedings of School Committee 

June 13, 1966 
A conference of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston was held in 
the Administration Build- 
ing, 15 Beacon Street, Bos- 
ton at 10.02 a. m., and ad- 
journed at 12:35 p. m., the 
Chairman presiding. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, at 
12:36 p. m., and adjourned 
at 12:40 p. m. 

ALLOCATION OF FUNDS 

FOR SCHOOL 

CONSTRUCTION 

The following communica- 
tion was presented: 
CITY OF BOSTON — DE- 
PARTMENT OF SCHOOL 

BUILDINGS 
480 BOYLSTON STREET, 

BOSTON, MASS. 02116 
June 2, 1966 
Mr. Edward J. Winter 
Secretary, School Commit- 
tee 

15 Beacon Street, Boston, 
Massachusetts 02108 
Dear Mr. Winter: — 

As of May 31, 1966, the 
Board of Commissioners of 
School Buildings received 
the following draft of a pro- 
posed order in order to make 
a report thereon: 

ORDERED, That out of 
the sum appropriated by the 
City Council of the City of 
Boston by order passed first 
on June 25, 1962, and again 
on July 9, 1962, and ap- 
proved by the Mayor on July 
10, 1962, to be expended for 
the purpose of acquiring 
land for, and constructing 
public schoolhouses in the 
City of Boston, including 
originally equipping and 
furnishing such school- 
houses, the sum of $25,919.- 
28 being part of the unex- 
pended balance of the al- 
location of bond issue funds 
for the Charles Sumner 
School, be, and the same 
hereby is, allocated for plans 
for and the completion and 



furnishing of a sufficient 
number of classrooms in the 
Charles H. Taylor School, 
Mattapan, to accommodate 
approximately 390 pupils, 
said sum when added to the 
amended sum o£ $190,000 
which at the meeting of 
December 20, 1965 was al- 
located from the 1962 bond 
issue for the same purposes, 
makes, a total of $215,919.- 
28 allocated for the purposes 
set forth above. 

At a meeting of the Board 
of Commissioners of School 
Buildings which was held on 
this date, it was voted to re- 
port favorably on the above- 
described order. 

Action by the Board of 
Commissioners on this order 
has been taken under the 
provisions of Section 7 of 
Chapter 351 of the Acts of 
1929. 

Very truly yours, 

Board of Commissioners of 

School Buildings: 

(Signed) Joseph F. Feeney 

Chairman 

Placed on file. 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That out of 
the sum appropriated by the 
City Council of the City of 
Boston by order passed first 
on June 25, 1962, and again 
on July 9, 1962, and ap- 
proved by the Mayor on 
July 10, 1962, to be ex- 
pended for the purpose of 
acquiring land for, and con- 
structing public school- 
houses in the City of Bos- 
t o n, including originally 
equipping and furnishing 
such schoolhouses, the sum 
of $25,919.28 being part of 
the unexpended balance of 
the allocation of bond issue 
funds for the Charles Sum- 
ner School, be, and the 
same hereby is, allocated for 
plans for and the comple- 
tion and furnishing of a suf- 
ficient number of classrooms 
in the Charles H. Taylor 
School, Mattapan, to ac- 
commodate approximately 
390 pupils, said sum, when 
added to the amended sum 
of $190,000 which, at the 
meeting of December 20, 
1965 was allocated from the 
1962 bond issue for the 
same purposes, makes a 



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JUNE 13, 1966 



total of $215,919.28 allocated 
for the purposes set forth 
above. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5 

NAYS— 

The following communica- 
tion was presented: 

CITY OF BOSTON- 
DEPARTMENT OF 

SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
480 Boylston Street 
Boston, Mass. 02116 

June 2, 1966 
Mr. Edward J. Winter 
Secretary, School Committee 
15 Beacon Street, 
Boston, Massachusetts 02108 

Dear Mr. Winter: 

As of May 31, 1966 the 
Board of Commissioners of 
School Buildings received 
the following draft of a pro- 
posed order in order to re- 
port thereon: 

ORDERED, That out of 
the sum appropriated by the 
City Council of the City of 
Boston by order passed first 
on June 25, 1962, and again 
on July 9, 1962, and ap- 
proved by the Mayor on 
July 10, ' 1962, to be ex- 
panded for the purpose of 
acquiring land for, and con- 
structing public schoolhouses 
in the City of Boston, in- 
cluding originally equipping 
and furnishing such school- 
houses, the sum of $30,000 
being part of the unex- 
pended balance of the al- 
location of bond issue funds 
for the Charles Sumner 
School, be, and the same 
hereby is, allocated for plans 
and construction of an ad- 
dition to the Hyde Park 
School, installation of equip- 
ment therein, and altera- 
tions within the existing 
machine shop, said sum 
when added to the sums of 
$150,000 and $20,000 which, 
at the meetings of July 19, 
1965 and November 22, 1965 
respectively, were allocated 
from the 1962 bond issue for 
the same purposes, makes a 
total of $200,000 allocated 



for the purposes set forth 
above. 

At a meeting of the 
Board of Commissioners of 
School Buildings which was 
held on this date, it was 
voted to report favorably 
on the a b o v e-described 
order. 

Action by the Board of 
Commissioners on this pro- 
posed order has been taken 
under the provisions of 
Section 7 of Chapter 351 of 
the Acts of 1929. 

Verty truly yours, 

Board of Commissioners of 

School Buildings: 

(Signed) Joseph F. Feeney 

Chairman 

Placed on file. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That out of 
the sum appropriated by the 
City Council of the City of 
Boston by order passed first 
on June 25, 1962, and again 
on July 9, 1962, and ap- 
proved by the Mayor on 
July 10, 1962, to be expend- 
ed for the purpose of ac- 
quiring land for, and con- 
structing public school- 
houses in the City of Bos- 
ton, including originally 
equipping and furnishing 
such schoolhouses, the sum 
of $30,000 being part of the 
unexpended balance of the 
allocation of bond issue 
funds for the Charles Sum- 
ner School, be, and the same 
hereby is, allocated for 
plans and construction of an 
addition to the Hyde Park 
School, installation of equip- 
ment therein, and altera- 
tions within the existing 
machine shop, said sum, 
when added to the sums of 
$150,000 and $20,000 which, 
at the meetings of July 19, 
1965 and November 22, 1965 
respectively, were allocated 
from the 1962 bond issue 
lor the same purposes, 
makes a total of $200,000 
allocated for the purposes 
set forth above. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



JUNE 13, 1966 



195 



YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
3'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS - - 

COMMENDATION OF 

BOSTON RECORD- 
AMERICAN BY MRS. 

HICKS 
The following statement 
by Mrs. Hicks was ordered 
spread upon the public rec- 
ord: 

The Boston Record 
American is to be commend- 
ed for the publication of its 
series "Career Tips". 

The decision each young 
person must make concern- 
ing the choice of a vocation 
is critical and complex. 
Every young man and young 
woman at this point of his 
life needs all of the expert 
assistance and guidance he 
or she can get. The Record 
American is acutely aware 
of and sensitive to this need. 
Tommy Shulman has re- 
sponded with informative 
and meaningful articles 
which I sincerely hope are 
read by every high school 
pupil in the Boston Public 
Schools. 

NEW SCHEDULE OF 
SCHOOL HOURS 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing revised schedule of 
school hours be adopted to 
comply with Chapter 752 of 
the Acts of 1965: 

Elementary Schools 

8:30 a. m. to 12:00 noon— 
12:30 to 2:20 p. m. Teachers 
will be on duty fifteen min- 
utes before the above stated 
opening time and shall re- 
main on duty at least fifteen 
minutes after the above 
■stated dismissal time. 



Junior 

8 
8:40— 8: 

8:50— 9 

9:35—10 

10:20—10 

10:25—10 

10:30—11 
11:15—12 
12:00—12 
12:20— 1 
12:00—12 
12:45— 1 



High Schools 
:30 Doors open 
:50 Character 
Education 
:35 Period 1 
:20 Period 2 
:25 Lavatory 
:30 Physical 

Education 
:15 Period 3 
:00 Period 4 
:20 First Lunch 
:05 Period 5 
:45 Period 5 
05 Second Lunch 



1:05— 1:50 Period 6 
1:50— 2:35 Period 7 
2:40 Dismissal 

Teachers will be on duty 
fifteen minutes before the 
above stated opening time 
and shall remain on duty at 
ieast fifteen minutes after 
th^ above stated dismissal 
time. 

High Schools 

The high school schedules 
will be established by each 
school in conformity with 
the law. Teachers will be 
on duty fifteen minutes be- 
fore the stated opening time 
ana shall remain on duty at 
least fifteen minutes after 
the stated dismissal time. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
D Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

RESIGNATIONS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 
13, 1966, reporting the resig- 
nation of the following- 
named teachers to take ef- 
fect on the dates indicated: 

Dearborn District— Judith 
E. Salamoff, teacher, prim- 
ary, June 30, 1966; Ellen M. 
Skehan, teacher, elementary 
IV-VI, June 30, 1966. 

John Winthrop District— 
Mina Jeanne Shub, teacher, 
primary, June 30, 1966. 

Longfellow District— Jane 
White Linsay, teacher, prim- 
ary, May 7, 1966. _ 

Mary Hemenway District 
—Arthur J. Carroll, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI, Dec. 23, 

1965. 

Minot District — Jane 
Kermiston Potenza, teacher, 
kindergarten, May 10, 1966. 

Thomas A. Edison Jumor 
High School — Richard G. 
Barke, teacher, special class, 
June 30, 1966. 

Washington Irving Junior 
High School — Linda A. 
Young, teacher, junior high, 
Apr. 28, 1966. 

Accepted. 

RETIREMENTS ON 
PENSION 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
13, 1966, reporting the re- 



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JUNE 13, 1966 



tirement from active service 
of the following - named 
member of the State-Boston 
Retirement System, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 7 of Chapter 32, 
to take effect June 20, 1965, 
as certified by the Boston 
Retirement Board: 

Thomas A. Edison Junior 
High School— Alphonse Bas- 
so, junior building custo- 
dian. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
13, 1966, reporting the re- 
tirement from active serv- 
ice of the following-named 
member of the State-Boston 
Retirement System, to take 
effect May 31, 1966, as cer- 
tified by the Boston Retire- 
ment Board: 

Administration Building 
— Board of Examiners — 
Ethel L. Gemmel, principal 
clerk and stenographer. 

Place on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 13, 
1966, reporting the retire- 
ment from active service of 
the folowing-named veteran, 
who has been retired under 
the provisions of Chapter 
32 of the General Laws, as 
amended: 

Boston Technical High 
School — Chester L. Mus- 
grave, senior building custo- 
dian, May 31, 1966, $5903.63 
per annum. 

Placed on file. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named persons are 
hereby retired on pension 
in accordance with the pro- 
visions of Chapter 468 of 
the Acts of 1951, as 
amended, the date of retire- 
ment and rate of pension 
to be as hereinafter speci- 
fied: 

Alice H. Baker, teacher, 
kindergarten, Thomas Gard- 
ner District, June 30 1966, 
$2,000 per annum. 

Lillian M. McCorrnick, 
teacher, elementary, Long- 
fellow District, June 30, 
1966, $2,000 per annum. 



Margaret M. McDonald, 
teacher high school, Girls' 
High School, June 30, 1966, 
$2,000 per annum. 

Helen C. M a c L e a n, 
teacher, elementary, Emily 
Fifield District, June 30, 
1966, $2,000 per annum. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

APPOINTMENTS 
Subject to the approval 
of the School Committee, 
the Superintendent nomi- 
nated the persons named 
below to the school or dis- 
trict and with the rank in- 
dicated in each case, for the 
school year ending August 
31, 1966, and certified that 
their appointments are in 
accordance with the regula- 
tions of the School Com- 
mittee. 

These appointments are 
offered subject to the can- 
didates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualification 
and Section 38G of Chapter 
71 of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts, relating to 
teacher certification. 

In the event that any per- 
son appointed by this order 
fails to comply with the 
Rules of the School Com- 
mittee of the City of Boston 
relating to certificates of 
qualification and Section 
38G of Chapter 71 of the 
General Laws of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachu- 
setts, relating to teacher 
certification, on or before 
August 31, 1966, then the 
appointment of such person 
herein made shall be null 
and void. 

FROM THE ELIGIBLE 
LIST 
(Title I-ESEA-Project 
6-035-004 
Enrichment Program for 
Elementary, Junior High 
and Senior High Schools 
Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — Charles J. 
Stravin, teacher, junior high 
$6100 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 



JUNE 13, 1966 197 


Dept. of Educational Inv. 


On roll call, the rules 


& Measurement — John W. 


were suspended and the ap- 


Hannon, research assistant 


pointments approved by the 


( from teacher, elementary, 


following vote: 


W. E. Endicott District— 


YEAS - Mrs. Hicks, 


$10,400, anniversary date 


Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 


Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 


O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 


John LoConte, research 


NAYS— 


assistant (from teacher, ele- 


— 


mentary IV-VI, W. E. Endi- 


(CHANGE IN RANK) 


cott District, $10,400, anni- 


Brighton High School — 


versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 


George Y. Najarian, junior 


1, 1966. 


master, (from cooperative 


Francis D. Sacco, re- 


instructor). 


search assistant (from jun- 


On roll call, the rules 


ior master, South Boston 


were suspended and the ap- 


High School— $10,400, anni- 


pointment approved by the 


versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 


following vote: 


1, 1966. 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 


On roll call, the rules 


Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 


were suspended and the ap- 


O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 


pointments approved by the 


NAYS — 


following vote: 


— 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 


DEPARTMENT OF 


Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 


ADULT EDUCATIONAL 


O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 


AND RECREATIONAL 


NAYS — 


ACTIVITIES 


— 


A communication was re- 


(FROM THE ELIGIBLE 


ceived from the Superinten- 


LIST) 


dent, under date of June 13, 


Dearborn District — Mar- 


1966, reporting that, subject 


jorie Lennon Daner, teacher 


to the approval of the 


special class ($5500 — an- 


School Committee, he has 


niversary date Sept. 1), 


appointed the following- 


Sept. 1, 1966. 


named persons for service in 


Dillaway District — Elaine 


the evening schools for the 


A. Tortora, teacher, ele- 


term 1965-66: 


mentary IV-VI ($5500 — 


HIGH SCHOOLS 


anniversary date Sept. 1), 


Assistants — Paul Camer- 


Sept. 1, 1966. 


on, May 19, Gerald T. 


Elihu Greenwood District 


Gorman, May 10, Harvey S. 


— Frederick K. Berman, 


Horowitz, April 28, Richard 


teacher elementary IV-VI 


C. Murphy, May 5, David 


($6100 — anniversary date 


A. Walsh, May 24, 1966. 


Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 


The communication was 


Dudley-Hyde-Everett Dis- 


placed on file and on roll 


trict — Alma E. Wright, 


call, the appointments were 


teacher, primary ($6100 — 


approved by the following 


anniversary date Sept. 1), 


vote: 


Sept. 1, 1966. 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 


John Marshall District — 


Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 


Grace Dungee Caldwell, 


O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 


teacher, primary ($5800 — 


NAYS— 


anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 


MANPOWER DEVELOP- 


Oliver W. Holmes Junior 


MENT AND TRAINING 


High School— Kathleen M. 


CLASSES 


Connelly, teacher, junior 


A communication was re- 


high ($5500 — anniversary 


ceived from the Superin- 


date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 


tendent, under date of June 


William E. Endicott Dis- 


13, 1966, reporting that sub- 


trict — Mary B. Maglione, 


ject to the approval of the 


teacher, primary ($6100 — 


School Committee, and in 


anniversary date Sept. 1), 


accordance with the order 


Sept. 1, 1966. 


passed at the meeting of 


Dept. of Home Economics 


June 19, 1962, he has ap- 


— Anne Cronin Tighe, teach- 


pointed the following named 


er of clothing, junior high 


persons to the classes under 


(from teacher of clothing, 


the Manpower Development 


elementary), Sept. 1, 1966. 


and Training Act of 1962, 



198 



JUNE 13, 1966 



P.L.-87-415 to take effect on 
the dates stated. 

Toolkeeper — Steven T. 
Gilbert (New) (Mach. Shop, 
So. Boston) 6/6/66. 

Clerical Assistant: Linda 
Daniels (Clk. Typist, Hyde 
Park), 5/23/66. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
13, 1966, recommending 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence without pay 
be granted to the following 
named persons for the term 
specified : 

Trade High School for 
Girls — Marie L. Morgan, 
senior assistant, September 
1, 1966 to August 31, 1967. 

Lewis Junior High School 
— Myles D. Striar, teacher 
junior high, September 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

Hart-Gaston-Perry D i s- 
trict — Joanne McCorkle, 
teacher, elementary, Sept- 
ember 1966 to August 31, 
1967. 

Edward Everett District 
— Marilyn H. Donovan, 
teacher, elementary, Sept- 
ember 1966 to August 31, 
1967. 

Prince District — Virginia 
McArdle, teacher, elemen- 
tary, September 1966 to 
August 31, 1967. 

Mather District — Margue- 
rite Russell Wallace, teach- 
er, primary, May 25, 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

Mather District — Barbara 
Doyle (Francis), teacher, 
kindergarten, September 
1966 to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were approved by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks. 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
13, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence with pay 
be granted to the following 
named persons for the term 
specified: 

Boston Trade High School 

— Philip Pirrone, trade in- 
structo, June 13, 1966 to 
June 16, 1966. 

Boston Trade High School 

— John Arcadipane, trade 
structor, June 13, 1966 to 
June 16, 1966. 

William Howard T a f t 
Junior High School — Paul 
Sullivan, teacher, junior 
high, June 20, 1966 to June 
23, 1966. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes 
Junior High School — Bever- 
ly King, teacher, junior high, 
June 20, 1966 to June 23, 
1966. 

East Boston High School 

— Frank M. Reed, Co- 
operative instructor, June 
20, 1966 to June 23, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were approved by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing named person be 
granted an extension of sick 
leave, without loss of pay, 
for a period of thirty days 
from the date stated: 

Day School for Immi- 
grants — Mildred Claus- 
meye, teacher, May 23, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAY— Mr. Lee— 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
13, 1966, recommending that 
leave of absence without pay 
for maternity be granted to 
the following named teachers 
to take effect on the dates 
indicated, and to continue 
until terminated by the 



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199 



Superintended t with the ap- 


Bataitis, Dorothy Gouzoule, 


proval of the School Com- 


Richard DeLello, Carolyne 


mittee, provided that such 


Nicholas, Louis J. Kreinsen, 


leave shall be for a period 


H. Jeanette Pollard and 


of at least three months 


Marie Fernandez; Secre- 


after the date of birth, and 


tary, Margaret Costello. 


provided further that no 


Christopher Gibson School 


such leave shall in any 


Coordinator, Francis A. 


event exceed eighteen 


Hurley; Teachers, Elizabeth 


months: 


Davis, Diane Schnabel, Sally 


Roslindale High School— 


Saisa, Robert Holland, Alice 


Jeannette O'Donnell Robin- 


Brown, Kathleen Maloney, 


son, teacher, May 4, 1966. 


Elyse Taylor, Cornelius P. 


Washington Irving Jun- 


Cronin, Alexander Visser, 


ior High School— Ellen F. 


Edmund Mousalley, Francis 


O'Neill, teacher, junior high, 


J. Manning; Secretary, 


May 25, 1966. 


Kathleen B. Holland. 


Patrick F. Lyndon Dis- 


David A. Ellis School- 


trict — Ann M. B a r d c n , 


Coordinator, Ralph Galeota; 


teacher, primary — termi- 


Teachers, Marjorie Powell, 


nate leave March 31, 1966, 


Nancy Sheehan, Joseph 


new leave to take effect 


Niosi, Leo Conway, Joan 


April 1, 1965. 


Doherty, Nicholas Tran- 


Paul A. Dever District- 


quillo, Eleanor Paterson, 


Marilyn F. Ventre, teacher, 


Lester Gallagher, Peter 


primary, April 29, 1966. 


Panciocco, Ernest Simms, 


The communication was 


Gerald McGrath; Secretary, 


placed on file and on roll 


Josephine M. McElroy. 


call, the leaves of absence 


Dearborn School — Co- 


were granted by the follow- 


ordinator, James Hughes; 


ing vote: 


Teachers, Michelle Chansky, 


YEAS - - Mrs. Hicks, 


Arthur Ashur, Barbara Mc- 


Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 


Keon, Thomas Welch, David 


O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 


Sill, Marilyn Donovan, Lam- 


NAYS— 


bros A. Pappas, James 


— 


Howard, Henry Hurley, 


ASSIGNMENTS 


Mabel L. Beck and Josephine 


A communication was re- 


Thomson; Secretary, Alice 


ceived from the Superin- 


Gallahue. 


tendent, under date of June 


George F. Hoar School — 


13, 1966, reporting that sub- 


Coordinator, Mary McLean; 


ject to the approval of the 


Teachers, Catherine Dono- 


School Committee, he has 


van, Roberta King, Elizabeth 


assigned the following- 


Johnson, Mary Ross, Mary 


named teachers and secre- 


Walsh, Margaret Byron, 


taries as indicated to the 


Eileen Good, Peggy Wil- 


Summer Elementary Reme- 


liams, Mary McCluskey, 


diation and Enrichment 


Alice Healey. Joanne Rogers 


Program (SEREL), Title I- 


and Eleanor McCabe; Secre- 


Project 6-035-004, from 


tary, Joan O'Leary. 


June 27, 1966 to Aug. 12, 


Harvard School — Co- 


1966: 


ordinator, Patricia Nolan; 


Benedict Fenwick School 


Teachers, Raymond Shaw, 


— Coordinator, John Young; 


Mary Coughlin, Charles 


Teachers, Sandra Barron. 


Fuller, Frederick Sliney. 


Jean Crawford, Frederick 


Roland Doherty, Robert 


Fortey, William Rudder, 


Murphy, Arthur Perry, 


George Byrne, Thomas 


Margaret Carlin, William 


Hand, Robert Gallo, Bar- 


Wright, John P. Breen and 


bara Dallas, Mary A. Dris- 


Marilyn Semonian; Secre- 


coll, Linda A. Probeck and 


tary, Eileen E. Cunniff. 


Joseph Joyce; Secretary, 


Jefferson School ■ — Coor- 


Florence L. Coughlin. 


dinator, David Reardon; 


Charles E. Mackey School 


Teachers, Margaret Tebeau, 


— Coordinator, Gloria De- 


Christine Connor, Rosalyn 


Angelis; Teachers, Barbara 


Hersch, William Handy, Al- 


Jackson, Ann S. Kleinman, 


fred Tutela, Mary Doherty, 


John Morrison, James Chis- 


Ann Girard, Clare Mann, 


olm, John C u m m i n g s , 


John S. Hughes, John A. 


George Johnson, Gertrude 


Homsy, Joanne M. Bourget, 



200 



JUNE 13, 1966 



and Joanne Painte; Frances 
W. Koretz. 

Joseph J. Hurley School 
— Coordinator, Arthur 
A h e a r n ; Teachers, Ann 
Kelly Hayes, Elizabeth 
Wright, Ruth Navyokas, 
William Collins, Emil Sil- 
verman, Walter Murray, 
Roger B e a 1 1 i e , Marie 
O'Brien, Michaela Sheehan, 
Kathleen MacDougald, Ruth 
E. Hartnett; Secretary, 
Elena B. Rose. 

Julia Ward Howe School 
— Coordinator, Archie Mac- 
donald; Teachers, Frances 
T. MacEachern, Janice Wil- 
liams, Catherine French, 
William Hurley, Margaret 
Lewis, Marcia McGinnes, 
Judith Holt, Joseph How- 
ard, Joseph Fitzgibbons, 
John J. Weeks, James C. 
Burkhead; Secretary, Emily 
M. Larner. 

Nathan Hale School — Co- 
ordinator, William Connor; 
Teachers, Mary Hannon, 
Ann M. O'Connor, Charity 
Brunson, Samuel Khirallah, 
Jean Kelly, John Passanisi, 
Judith Russell, Marjorie 
Duby, Antoinette Conroy, 
Roslita Green and Jeanette 
Gaynor; Secretary, Cather- 
ine F. Osborne. 

Paul A. Dever School — 
Coordinator, Eldon Bouton; 
Teachers, Gail McDavitt, 
Mary R. Fitzgerald, Lauren- 
tina J. Burrell, Patricia 
Ford, Anna Joyce, Helen 
Nee, Deena Rice, Carolyn 
Geiger, Marilyn Dector, 
Gladys Plovnick, Katherine 
Coughlin, Jeanne Brenner; 
Secretary, Margaret H. 
Carroll. 

Quincy Dickerman School 
— Coordinator, Francis 
O'Meara; Teachers, Mar- 
garet McCray, Susan Jef- 
flin, Sarah Heaney, Robert 
Bailey, Daniel Walsh, Jane 
Flanders, Arleen J. Caho, 
Linton Nelson, John Gillis, 
Joseph L. Hart and William 
G. Garnett; Secretary, Mary 
Duffy. 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 
School — Coordinator, Fran- 
ces Cazanove; Teachers, 
Shirley DeLoach, Sheila 
Flaxman, Edmund Sheehan, 
Frank Galvin, Susan Smith, 
Jennie Towers, Cladcile O. 
Boyd, Katherine Mogan, 
Thomas Clegg, Marilyn Al- 
len and Roland Gendron; 
Secretary, Doris R. Mallard. 



Sarah Greenwood School 
— Coordinator, John M. 
Hughes ; Teachers, JoAnn 
Ferrara, Dorothy Lesser, 
Dorothy Goodwin, Joseph 
DeSario, John Hannon, 
James Supple, Susan Major 
Tingey, Lawrence Hagerty, 
Maurice Hasting, Inez I. 
Hunter and John LoConte; 
Secretary, Ruth E. Milligan. 
Theodore Lyman School — 
Coordinator, James E. Con- 
nell; Teachers, Julianne De- 
Fronzo, Sheila Levine, Rose 
DeFranza, Patricia Mem- 
molu, John Healy, Kenneth 
DeCosta, Robert L. Sala- 
mone, James O'Malley, Ed- 
ward Trainor, D o s h i a 
Dockett, and Joseph Rusci; 
Secretary, Ruth P. Callahan. 
William Bacon School — 
Coordinator, Thomas Mc- 
Laughlin; Teachers, Aidan 
Walsh, Peter M o d i c a, 
Catherine R. Keane, James 
Sharkey, Joseph Stanton, 
James Sullivan, Vincent 
Veneziano, Edith Piatt, John 
Vozella, Clifford M. Weeks, 
and William McKenney; Sec- 
retary, Mildred Coughlin. 

Consultant Supervisors — 
John J. Bradley, John E. 
Burke, Robert T. Conway, 
Marion J. Fahey, Genevieve 
J. Farley, Charlotte Fell- 
man, Alice R. Geary, Arthur 
F. Gustus, Agatha Howard, 
Etta leek and Mary M. 
McLaughlin. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
13, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teacher to Title I- 
ESEA - Project 6 - 035 - 004 
Enrichment Program for 
Elementary, Junior High 
and Senior High Schools, to 
take effect Sept. 1, 1966, 
and to continue until other- 
wise ordered: 

South Boston High School 
— Ruth Hartnett, teacher, 
high school, as special sci- 
ence teacher, in the Dwight 
District, $5500.00. 



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201 



The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignmenl was 
approved by the 1'ollowing 
vote: 

YEAS - - Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

DESIGNATION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of June 13, 
1966, reporting that he has 
made the following designa- 
tions of teachers, to serve in 
the positions indicated, un- 
til such time as they shall 
be filled otherwise, in ac- 
cordance with the rules and 
regulations, but not beyond 
Aug. 31, 1966: 

Dorchester High School — - 
Mary E. Lynch, teacher, 
high school, as acting head 
of department (Grace R. 
Whittaker, absent on leave) 
May 24, 1966. 

Roslindale High School — 
Joseph J. Feely, junior 
master, as acting assistant 
head master (vice Mark F. 
Russo, absent on leave) Jan. 
25, 1966; John J. Conway, 
junior master, as acting 
head of department (vice 
Walter V. O'Brien, absent 
on leave), Jan. 27, 1966. 

Francis Parkman Dis- 
trict — James W. Mulroy, 
teacher, elementary as act- 
ing assistant principal (Wil- 
liam C. Gustus, asst. princ), 
Dec. 13, 1965. 

Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School — Vincent 
Veneziano, teacher, junior 
high, as acting assistant 
principal (Robert E. Lynch, 
appointed to Mather Dist.) 
June 1, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

TUITION RATES 
The following was offered : 
Ordered, That the rates of 
tuition for non-resident pu- 
pils in the Boston Public 
Schools, exclusive of state- 
aided schools and classes 
and exclusive also of chil- 
dren residing on Federal 
areas within the territorial 
limits of the City of Boston, 
are hereby established for 
the school year 1966-67: 
Latin and Day High Schools, 

per year $560.00 

Junior High Schools, per year 530.00 
Elementary Schools, per year 420.00 
Kindergartens, per year 210.00 

Boston Business School, per 

year 500.00 



Summer Review High Schools, 
per term 30.00 

Summer Review Junior High 
Schools, per term 30.00 

Evening High Schools, per 
term 50.00 

Evening Elementary Schools, 
per term 25.00 

Speech and Lipreading Serv- 
ices, per hour .50 

Day School for Immigrants, 
per hour of instruction .30 

Conservation of Eyesight 
Classes, per hour of in- 
struction 1.20 

Instruction of Physically Hand- 
icapped Children, per hour 
of instruction 3.50 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTIONS 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That William 
G. Tobin, Associate Super- 
intendent, is hereby au- 
thorized to attend the 
Conference of Legislative 
Committee, Great Cities 
Research Council, to be held 
in Washington, D.C., June 
13 to 15, 1966, at a cost to 
the city not to exceed one 
hundred twenty dollars 
($120). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Ronald 
P. Johnson, director, Dept. 
of Educational Publications 
and Informational Services, 
is hereby authorized to at- 
tend the National School 
Public Relations Associa- 
tion Seminar, to be held in 
Hollywood, Florida, July 4 
to 8, 1966, at a cost to the 
city not to exceed one hun- 
dred dollars ($100). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Eliza- 
beth F. Scannell, librarian, 
is hereby authorized to at- 
tend the American Library 



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Association Conference, to 
be held in New York City, 
July 10 to 16, 1966, at a 
cost to the city not to ex- 
ceed one hundred thirty 
dollars ($130). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Nancy 
Seasholes, consulting cur- 
riculum design specialist, is 
hereby authorized to attend 
the Anthropology Curricu- 
lum Study Project, to be 
held in Chicago, Illinois, 
June 15 and 16, 1966, at a 
cost not exceed one hundred 
fiftv-five dollars ($155), to 
be charged to Title I, Model 
Demonstration Subsystem. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
3'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
13, 1966, submitting in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
of the Acts of 1914, report 
of John S. Dooley, Director, 
Department of Audio-Visual 
Instruction, on his attend- 
ance at the National Con- 
v e n t i o n Department of 
Audio Visual Instruction, 
held in San Diago, Cali- 
fornia, Apr. 24 to 29, 1966. 

Placed on file. 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
13, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
of the Acts of 1914, report 
of Vincent P. Conners, Di- 
rector, Department of Spe- 
cial Classes, on his attend- 



ance at the 90th Annual 
Meeting on Mental Defi- 
ciency, held in Chicago, Illi- 
nois, May 10 to 14, 1966. 
Placed on file. 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
13, 1966, submitting, in ac- 
cordance with the provi- 
sions of Section 3 of Chap- 
ter 274 of the Acts of 1914, 
report of Robert L. Murray, 
on his attendance at the 
Forty-Fourth Annual Meet- 
ing of the National Council 
of Teachers of Mathemat- 
ics, held in New York City, 
Apr. 13 to 16, 1966. 

Placed on file. 



LIST OF AUTHORIZED 
TEXT BOOKS 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named book is here- 
by authorized for use as a 
textbook in the Boston 
School of Business: 

Gregg et al. Gregg Speed 
Building for Colleges. Mc- 
Graw-Hill — Gregg Division. 
cl966. net $4.80. f.o.b. 
Shipping Point. Laid over. 



RACIAL IMBALANCE 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That no ] upil 
may be permitted to attend 
a school out of district if 
his attendance in that 
school will either cause said 
school to become racially 
imbalanced or will aggra- 
vate an already existing 
condition of racial imbal- 
ance in such school. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Messrs. Lee, Mc- 
Donough and Eisenstadt — 3 

NAYS— Mrs. Hicks and 
Mr. O'Connor— 2 



TRANSFER— ADMINIS- 
TRATIVE OFFICES 

The following was of- 
fered: 



JUNE 13, 1966 



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ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, Ethel 
M. McGeough, Clerk and 
Typist on temporary trans- 
fer to Senior Clerk and 
Typist, Pupil Adjustment 
Counseling, be granted a 
leave of absence without pay 
from July 13. through Sep- 
tember 2, 1966. 



On roll 
passed by 
vote: 

YEAS — 
Messrs. Lee, 
D'Connor and 

NAYS— 



call, 
the 



the order 
following 



Mrs. Hicks, 

McDonough, 

Eisenstadt — 5 



The Committee adjourned. 
Attest: 

EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary 



City op Boston 
Printing "^§§^» Section 



JUNE 20, 1966 



205 



CITY Of BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Commiltee 



June 20, 1966 
A conference of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, at 
7:35 p. m., and recessed at 
12:45 a. m., June 21, to 
June 22, 1966 at 2 p. m. 

June 22, 1966 
Conference resumed at 
2:32 p. m., and adjourned 
at 5:40 p. m. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held at 5:42 
p. m., and adjourned at 
6:10 p. m., the Chairman 
presiding. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

Joseph McKenney, Per- 
sonnel Relations Coordina- 
tor of the School Commit- 
tee and James Spencer 
Tobin, Esquire, Labor rela- 
tions consultant t o the 
School Committee laid be- 
fore the School Committee 
the draft of a collective bar- 
gaining agreement between 
the School C Dmmittee of the 
City of Boston and the Bos- 
ton Teachers Union, Local 
66, American Federation of 
Teacher, AFL-CIO, which 
they had negotiated with 
said Local 66. 

VOTED, That said draft 
be, and the same hereby is, 
made a part of the minutes 
of this meeting. 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 



After discussion, further 
VOTED, That the Chairman 
of the School Committee of 
the City of Boston be, and 
he hereby is authorized to 
sign said collective bargain- 
ing agreement on behalf of 
the School Committee of 
the City of Boston. 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



COLLECTIVE 

BARGAINING 

AGREEMENT 

CONTRACT TABLE 

OF CONTENTS 

Preamble 

Identification of the Parties 

Article I Union 
Recognition 

Article II Salary and Rates 
of Pay 

Article III Working Con- 
ditions. 
A. Class Size. 

B. Teaching load: Teach- 
ing programs 

C. Duty free lunch period 

D. Relief from non- 
teaching tasks 

E. Planning and develop- 
ment periods 

F. Special groups 

G. Length of school day 
and year 

H. Other conditions of 
work 
Article IV Application for 
Promotion: Transfers 

A. Posting and bidding on 
promotions 

B. Transfers 

C. Other points on 
promotion 
Article V Leaves of 
Absence and Sick Leave 

A. Leave for union 
officers 

B. Sabbatical leave of 
absence 

C. Leave for personal 
reasons 

D. Short term leave for 
personal business 

E. Sick leave 

Article VI Policy Statement 

A. High school and junior 
l.igh school divisions 

B. Elementary school 
division 

C. Teacher conferences: 
In-service meetings 

Article VII Grievance 
Procedure 

A. Definition 

B. Adjustment of 
grievances 

Article VIII Arbitration 
Article IX Union Privileges 

and Responsibilities 

A — Fair practices 

B — Allowed time for 
union negotiations 

C — Payroll deduction lor 
union dues 

D — Union meetings 

E — Bulletin boards 

F — Grievance time for 
building representative 

G — No union activity on 
school time 



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H — Protection of individ- 
ual and group rights 

I — Existing laws and re- 
gulations preserved 

Article X Handling of 
New issues. 

Article XI Saving clause 

Article XII Resolution of 
differences by Peaceful 
Means 
Article XIII Duration 

APPENDIX A SALARY 
SCHEDULES— TAX FREE 
ANNUITIES — RETIRE- 
MENT PLAN 

APPENDIX B LEAVE 
SCHEDULES 

APPENTIX C TRANSFER 
TIME SCHEDULE 
APPENDIX D LENGTH 
OF SCHOOL YEAR 
PREAMBLE 

The School Committee of 
the City of Boston and the 
Boston Teachers Union Lo- 
cal 66 American Federation 
of Teachers AFL-CIO agree 
that they have a common 
public and educational area 
of concern, in addition to 
economic matters such as 
salary and working condi- 
tions. 

This wider area of pro- 
fessional concern is to be 
approached constructively 
toward the goal of educa- 
tional excellence. Periodic 
consultation will take place 
without trespass or interfer- 
ence upon the distinct and 
special powers and duties of 
either party in the process. 

To this end the Union will 
from time to time present to 
the Committee or its desig- 
nated representatives views 
and suggestions on certain 
school problems clearly 
within its knowledge and 
province as the agency in 
the shcool system having 
the closest over-all contact 
with the classroom teacher. 

Subjects considered to be 
within the scope of such 
initiation and discussion are: 
recruitment of qualified 
teachers, class size, opera- 
tion of difficult schools, 
standards of physical and 
housekeeping environment 
and amenities on school 
premises, relief from non- 
teaching tasks, and an in- 
creasingly effective curricu- 
lum. 

It is hoped that this con- 
tinuing consultation through- 
out the school year will con- 



tribute to the enhancement 
of public education in the 
City of Boston. 

AGREEMENT MADE 
AND ENTERED INTO on 
this day of 1966, by and 
between the School Com- 
mittee of the City of Boston 
(hereinafter refered to as 
the "Committee") and the 
Boston Teachers Union, Lo- 
cal 66, American Federation 
of Teachers, AFL-CIO 
(hereinafter referred to as 
the "Union"). 

WHEREAS: the parties 
believe the collective bar- 
gaining method is workable 
and competent and will add 
dignity and increased pro- 
fessionalism in its best sense 
to the joint effort of the 
Union and the Committee 
to reach agrement and 

WHEREAS: in entering 
upon this new responsibility 
the parties wish to declare 
their intention to cooperate 
fully in what must be the 
joint objective of both 
bodies, the best education 
possible for Boston's chil- 
dren, and 

WHEREAS: in a secret 
ballot election conducted at 
the request of the Commit- 
tee by the Labor Relations 
Commission of the Common- 
wealth of Massachusetts on 
November 9, 1965, the Un- 
ion received a majority of 
the votes cast and 

WHEREAS : on December 
15, 1965, the Committee, 
pursuant to the above elec- 
tion results, recognized the 
Union as the exclusive col- 
lective bargaining agent for 
all persons described in Ar- 
ticle I of this agreement 
and 

WHEREAS : nothing here- 
in contained is intended to 
limit the right or discretion 
inherent in the Committee 
by law except to the extent 
that this contract does so, 
therefore; it is agreed as 
follows : 

ARTICLE I 

A. UNION RECOGNITION, 

JURISDICTION AND 

DEFINITIONS 

The Committee recogniz- 
es the Union as the exclusive 
bargaining representative 
for all those persons in the 
bargaining unit which con- 
sists of those covered by 



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Groups I 2A-2B of the sal- 


have not had one hundred 


ary schedule (1963-64) of 


twenty (120) days for sal- 


the Boston School commit- 


ary purposes within the 


tee, provisional teachers, 


school year of their appoint- 


substitute teachers on a one- 


ment but who do have a to- 


year's assignment. 


tal of at least one hundred 


B. JURISDICTION 


twenty (120) days for sal- 


The jurisdiction of the 


lary purposes in the school 


Union shall include those 


year of their appointment 


persons now or hereafter 


will advance a step on the 


who perform the duties or 


salary schedule, to the max- 


functions of the categories 


imum, on each September 


of employees in the bargain- 


following their appointment. 


ing unit, regardless of 


All other persons will ad- 


whether these duties or 


vance a step on the salary 


functions are performed by 


schedule, to the maximum, 


present, or modified, or new 


on the first day of the 


processes or equipment. 


month of their appointment 


C. DEFINITIONS 


in each year. 


The term "school" as 


C. SALARY CREDIT 


used in this Agreement 


Credit for all prior teach- 


means any work location or 


ing experience in the City of 


functional division or group 


Boston shall be granted to 


in which a grievance may 


all those in Group I of the 


arise. 


salary schedule effective 


The term "Principal'', 


September 1, 1966. 120 days' 


"Head Master" and "Direc- 


credit for salary purposes 


tor" as used in this Agree- 


per school year shall be the 


ment means the responsible 


basis for computing one 


administrative heads of their 


year's teaching experience. 


respective district, schools or 
department. 


ARTICLE III 


WORKING CONDITIONS 


The term "teacher" as 


A. CLASS SIZE 


used in this Agreement 


The Committee and the 


means a person employed 


Union recognize the desira- 


bv the Committee in the bar- 


bility of achieving optimum 


gaining unit as defined in 


teaching-learning conditions 


Article I. 


by assuring workable class 


The term "person" as used 


size. To this end the Com- 


in this Agreement means a 


mittee recognizes it is de- 


person employed by the 


sirable to attempt to reach 


Committee in the bargaining 


the following class size 


unit as defined in Article I. 


maxima : 


The term "union repre- 


20 pupils in classes of aca- 


sentative" as used in this 


demically talented or slow 


Agreement means the Union 


academic achievers. 


building representative or 


20 pupils in industrial 


his teacher designee. 


arts classes. 


Wherever the singular is 


12 pupils in industrial arts 


used in this Agreement it is 


classes composed of special 


to include the plural. 


class students. 


ARTICLE II 


To achieve these class size 


SALARY AND RATES OF 


targets the Union and the 


PAY PER HOUR 


Committee agree that the 


A. SALARIES- 


following class size maxima 


DIFFERENTIALS— 


for the 1966-67 school year 


TAX FREE ANNUITIES- 


shall be in effect: 


RETIREMENT PLAN 


28 in kindergarten through 


The salaries and differen- 


grade 6. 


tials of the day school per- 


32 in grades 7-12. 


sonnel in Salary Groups I 


An appropriate number of 


and II, the tax free annuity 


regular teachers shall be 


program, and the retirement 


hired to make possible the 


plan are set forth in Appen- 


aforementioned class size 


dix A, which is attached to 


maxima for the 1966-67 


and made a part of this 


school year. 


Agreement. 


In the event that it is nec- 


B. ANNIVERSARY DATE 


essary to assign a teacher to 


Those persons who at the 


a class which exceeds the 


time of their appointment 


maximum size, the Head- 



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JUNE 20, 1966 



master or Principal shall 
upon receipt of written re- 
quest by the teacher or the 
Union state reasons in writ- 
ing to the teacher and the 
Union and the Associate 
Superintendent of Person- 
nel. Such a statement of 
specific reasons shall be 
available for examination by 
the Union in the Office of 
the Associate Superintend- 
ent of Personnel and the of- 
fice of the Principal or 
Headmaster. 

An acceptable reason for 
exceeding the maximum 
class size may be any of the 
following : 

(a) There is no space 
available and no portable 
unit can be obtained to per- 
mit scheduling of any addi- 
tional classes or class in 
order to reduce class size. 

(b) Conformity to the 
class size objective would 
result in placing additional 
classes on short time sched- 
ule. 

(c) Conforming to the 
class size objective would 
result in the organization of 
half -classes. 

(d) A class larger than 
the maximum is necessary 
or desirable in order to pro- 
vide for specialized or ex- 
perimental instruction, or 
for the instruction of the 
gifted. 

(e) It is educationally 
unsound. 

B. TEACHING LOAD: 
TEACHER PROGRAMS 
"Teaching periods" are 
those periods in which the 
teacher is actively involved 
with the pupil in the act of 
teaching, and has partici- 
pated in the planning of the 
instruction to be conducted. 
"Home room classes" are 
those in which children as- 
semble in the morning, dur- 
ing the school day, and at 
the close of the day for ad- 
ministrative purposes. The 
time involved is of short 
duration. 

"Administrative periods" 
are those periods during 
which the teacher is pro- 
grammed for an activity 
other than teaching. 

Homeroom periods of 
other than short duration 
are administrative periods. 

Planning and Development 
periods are those periods 



during which a teacher is not 
assigned to a regularly pro- 
grammed responsibility. 

A basic maximum of 25 
teaching periods, 5 planning 
and development and 5 ad- 
ministrative periods for 
teachers with home room 
classes shall be established 
before any other type of 
program is arranged in 
which teachers teach less 
than 25 periods. 
C. DUTY FREE LUNCH 
PERIOD 

1. Elementary 

The parties agree that it 
is their intention to provide 
for every elementary teach- 
er an adequate duty-free 
lunch period of at least 40 
minutes; as the first step in 
effectuating this the parties 
agree : 

(a) In September, 1966, 
a pilot program shall be ini- 
tiated in 12 elementary 
schools to provide a 40-min- 
ute lunch period. One aide 
shall be provided for each 
three teachers. 

(b) This is to be effectu- 
ated within a teaching day 
beginning at 8:30 and not 
extending beyond 2:25 p. m. 
with a 40-minute lunch pe- 
riod and a 15-minute recess. 
Une suggested but not re- 
quired arrangement is re- 
cess from 10:00-10:15, first 
Lunch Period 11:00-11:40, 
second Lunch 11:40-12:20, 
third Lunch 12:20-1:00. 

2. Junior High and High 
School 

It is agreed that a joint 
study shall be made to pro- 
vide every Junior High and 
High School teacher with a 
lunch period free of duty at 
the usual eating time. 
D. RELIEF FROM NON- 
TEACHING TASKS 

The parties agree that the 
present practice of requiring 
teachers to perform non- 
teaching tasks is uneconom- 
ical; further, it has a deteri- 
orating effect on the vital- 
ity and effectiveness of the 
teacher in the practice of 
his profession. It is, there- 
fore, agreed as follows: 

1. Elementary 

The Committee and the 
Union recognize the desir- 
ability of relieving teachers 
of non-teaching duties such 
as lunch duty, traffic duty, 
duplicating of materials, col- 



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209 



lectins money for purposes 
such as milk, insurance, pic- 
tures and school hanking. As 
a first steo in effectuating 
these principles, the parties 
agree: 

fa) Elementary; no bus 
duty before or after school. 

(b) Junior High School; 
a person will not be required 
to perform street duty 
where police protection is 
considered necessary but is 
not available. A person is 
not required to perform 
traffic patrol. 

2. Teachers relieved by 
school aides of administra- 
tive assignments shall not 
be assigned to teaching du- 
ties in lieu of such admin- 
istrative assignments. 

E. PLANNING AND 
DEVELOPMENT 

"Planning and Develop- 
ment Periods" are those pe- 
riods during which the 
teacher is not assigned to a 
regular programmed respon- 
sibility. 

"Other teaching person- 
nel" refers to teachers in 
the elementary schools who 
are specialists in the fol- 
lowing areas: Music, Art, 
Reading, Physical Educa- 
tion, Science and Speech 
Improvement. 

F. SPECIAL GROUPS 

1. Teachers of the Physi- 
cally Handicapped 

(a) Teachers of the 
physically handicapped shall 
be provided with parking 
permits. 

(b) Teaching materials 
and supplies shall be made 
available to teachers of the 
physically handicapped at a 
central stockroom desig- 
nated by the Supervisor of 
the Teachers of the physi- 
cally handicapped. 

2. Kindergarten and Pre- 
Kindergarten 

(a) The schedule of stu- 
dent morning arrival and 
length of the school day for 
the kindergarten and pre- 
kindergarten teachers shall 
be no longer than that for 
the rest of the elementary 
teachers. 

(b) All administrative 
policies on kindergarten and 
pre-kindergarten shall be 
made available to teachers 
and Principals. 



fc) The first 2 days of 
school and at least one day 
in April shall be used for 
registration and record 
keeping. 

3. Teachers of Instru- 
mental Music 

(a) Teachers of Instru- 
mental Music who qualify 
shall be permitted to rate 
for the position of Super- 
visor of Music Education. 

(b) No member of the 
music department instruc- 
tional staff may be required 
to participate in profes- 
sional conferences or other 
activities sponsored by any 
teacher organization. 

4. Industrial Arts Teach- 
ers 

(a) The Committee will 
endeavor to provide suffi- 
cient lighting in the shops 
and to furnish the various 
machines, and equipment 
necessary for a complete 
and adequate Industrial Arts 
Program in the schools and 
to this end to utilize all pos- 
sible sources of available 
federal funds and surplus 
property. 

(b) A joint study shall be 
made of permitting eligibil- 
ity for all ratings in Group 
II to Industrial Arts teach- 
ers, holders of special educa- 
tion certificates, and guid- 
ance advisers; and permit- 
ting Shop Foremen, Division 
Foremen, and Division 
Heads to be eligible to rate 
for all positions open to As- 
sistant Principals. 

(c) It is recommended 
that shops are to be closed 
and pupils taken to a class- 
room, when a qualified ILA, 
teacher is not available as a 
substitute. 

5. Assistant Principals and 
Supervisors 

The duties of assistant 
principals and heads of de- 
partment shall be as speci- 
fied in the Rules and Regu- 
lations of the Committee 
and/or in this contract. 

G. LENGTH OF SCHOOL 
DAY AND YEAR 

1. The length of the 
present school year shall be 
in accordance with the pro- 
visions of APPENDIX D, 
which is attached hereto and 
made a part of this Agree- 
ment. 



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JUNE 20, 1966 



2. The length of the pu- 
pil school day shall not ex- 
ceed the time required by 
the State Board of Educa- 
tion. 

H. OTHER CONDITIONS 
OF WORK 

1. Vacation Pay Credit. 

The teacher or his desig- 
nated beneficiary or if there 
is no designated beneficiary 
then the estate of the teach- 
er who is separated from 
employment or dies during 
the school year shall receive 
the pay withheld up to the 
date of separation or death. 

2. Withdrawal of Resig- 
nation. Subsequent Re-em- 
ployment: 

Teachers who resign in 
June and subsequently are 
re-employed in September of 
the same year shall be 
placed in the appropriate 
salary step of this agree- 
ment and shall be credited 
with the sick leave reserve 
and sabbatical leave rights 
which they held at the time 
of resignation. 

Re-entrants shall be placed 
on re-entrant list for ap- 
pointment after successfully 
passing the major in their 
subject area. 

3. Assistance in Assault 
Cases 

(a) Principals shall re- 
port all cases of assault suf- 
fered by teachers, in con- 
nection with their employ- 
ment, to the Associate Su- 
perintendent in Charge of 
Personnel. 

(b) Whenever it is al- 
leged that a teacher has as- 
saulted a person or that a 
person has assaulted a 
teacher, the Principal and 
Associate Superintendent in 
charge of Personnel shall co- 
operate with the teacher in- 
volved; in the investiga- 
tion of the incident. The As- 
sociate Superintendent in 
Charge of Personnel shall 
comply with any reasonable 
request from the teacher 
for relevant information in 
hip Committee's possession 
not privileged under law 
concerning the person or 
persons involved. 

The Committee shall in- 
demnify a teacher in its em- 
ploy for expenses or dam- 
ages sustained by him by 
reason of an action or claim 
against him arising out of 



the negligence of such 
teacher or other act of his 
resulting in accidental bod- 
ily injury to or the death of 
any person or in accidental 
damage to or destruction 
of property, while acting as 
such teacher, and may in- 
demnify a teacher in its em- 
ploy for expenses or dam- 
ages sustained by him by 
reason of an action or claim 
against him arising out of 
any other acts done by him 
while acting as such teacher; 
provided, in either case, that 
after investigation it shall 
appear to the Committee 
that such teacher was at the 
time the cause of action or 
claim arose acting within 
the scope of his employment 
and provided, further, that 
the defense or settlement of 
any action or claim for 
which indemnification is 
sought under this provision 
shall have been made by the 
Corporation Counsel, upon 
the request of the Commit- 
tee, or if such Corporation 
Counsel fails or refuses to 
defend such action or claim, 
by an attorney employed by 
such teacher. 

The Committee shall ap- 
propriate funds for this pur- 
pose in the same manner as 
appropriations for General 
School Purposes. 

4. Hiring of Substitutes; 
Class Coverage 

(a) Teachers having an 
instructional program who 
are called for a full-day pro- 
fessional conference or 
meeting by the Superintend- 
ent or a vote of the Com- 
mittee shall be relieved by a 
per diem substitute. 

(b) It is the policy of 
the Committee that substi- 
tutes shall be hired to cover 
classes of regularly assigned 
teachers when they are ab- 
sent. 

5. Supervision 

(a) A joint study shall 
be made of the supervisory 
policies and practices in the 
elementary schools. 

(b) No supervisor, may 
mark a group of candidates 
ir any cas ewhere an imme- 
diate relative of the super- 
visor is among the candi- 
dates. 

(c) An unsatisfactory an- 
nual or biennial rating may 
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(d) In the case of an un- 
satisfactory rating tho per- 
son or persons making the 
rating must have observed 
the non-tenure teacher in 
classroom performance at 
least once each month, and 
offered constructive criti- 
cism to assist the teacher to 
improve his teaching. 

(e) All non-tenure teach- 
ers shall receive their an- 
nual marks from their prin- 
cipal in June. Upon the re- 
quest of the non-tenure 
teacher, a consultation with 
the teacher's supervisor 
shall be held and the teach- 
er, if tenure is in doubt, will 
be given specific written 
recommendations on how to 
improve his or her teaching. 

6. Additional School Fa- 
cilities 

(a) Every school build- 
ing shall have at least one 
teachers' lounge which is 
kept clean and provided with 
suitable furniture and other 
amenities. 

(b) Every effort shall be 
made to provide for refrig- 
erators and cooking facili- 
ties in all teacher lounges in 
buildings without cafeterias. 

(c) Facilities for a li- 
brary collection for refer- 
ence and circulation shall be 
provided for all schools. 

(d) Proper and sufficient 
equipment shall be provided 
for a well-rounded physical 
education program in all 
schools. 

(e) A pay telephone for 
faculty use shall be located 
in each building to assure 
privacy where possible. 

(f) A teachers' mail box 
shall be provided in all 
schools 

(g) Provision shall be 
made wherever possible for 
adequate consultation rooms 
suitable for uninterrupted 
work for psychological test- 
ing and teacher-parent in- 
terviews. 

(h) Suitable musical in- 
struments shall be provided 
for musically talented chil- 
dren. 

(i) A suitable area shall 
be provided for the teaching 
of instrumental music. 

7. Information at the 
School 

(a) All official circulars 
shall be posted on school 
bulletin boards for the in- 
spection of teachers and 



shall be made available to 
teachers on request. 

(b) A copy of current 
teaching programs, non- 
teaching assignments, ad- 
ministrative, and planning 
and development periods 
shall be available at each 
school. 

fc) The Union shall be 
supplied with a current sen- 
iority list of all members of 
the bargaining unit. 

(d) Each school shall 
have a copy of the Commit- 
tee Rules and Regulations 
available to all teachers. 

(e) The school time 
schedule will be posted in 
September in an area acces- 
sible to the entire faculty. 

(f) Information on the 
accumulated sick leave for 
each teacher shall be sent 
to each teacher upon re- 
quest. 

8. Examinations 

The certificate examina- 
tions for primary and ele- 
mentary shall be given on 
different days to allow can- 
didates to take both exam- 
inations. 

9. Traveling Teachers 

(a) Teachers covered by 
■•his agreement who are au- 
thorized to use private autos 
for school business shall be 
reimbursed. 

(b) All traveling teach- 
ers shall be supplied with 
parking permits. 

10. Final Records; Marks 

(a) Elementary 

No final records will be 
required of teachers until 
May 1st for Grade 6 and 15 
days before the close of 
school for all other grades. 

(b) Junior High 

Final marks shall not be 
required of any teacher be- 
fore May 1 for grade 9, and 
15 days before the close of 
school for grades 7 and 8. 

(c) Senior High 

Marking periods for sen- 
iors shall be 4 in number ex- 
cept Boston Latin School 
and 5 in all other classes. 
Final marks shall not be re- 
quired of any teacher before 
May 1 for seniors, and 15 
days before the close of 
schools for other students. 

(d) Marks may be sub- 
ject to change if the teacher 
submits the request for the 
change in writing to the 
Principal or Headmaster. 



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11. Scholarship Stand- 
ards 

The parties agree that a 
continuing study will be 
given to suiting the curricu- 
lum to the student and de- 
veloping optimum teaching- 
learning conditions. The fol- 
lowing are recommended: 

(a) Extension of the aca- 
demically talented program 
in the junior high schools. 

(b) School rules for dis- 
missal for athletic events 
will be enforced. 

(c) Class interruptions 
for notices or other matters 
shall occur only when neces- 
sary. 

(d) Out of district stu- 
dents shall not be admitted 
if overcrowding results. 

(e) Teachers and depart- 
ment heads shall receive 
notice when a curriculum 
committee is to be estab- 
lished. Teachers will have 
an opportunity to submit 
recommendations to their 
curriculum committee. Pro- 
posed major revisions in 
curriculum will be made 
available to teachers 
through their council or 
school representative in 
their area of education for 
their comment before such 
revisions are adopted. 

12. Additional Personnel 

(a) A Child Psychiatrist 
shall be added to the School 
Department staff to diag- 
nose cases of emotionally 
disturbed children. 

(b) Adequate guidance 
staff members shall be as- 
signed to each junior high 
school. 

(c) Remedial reading 
specialists shall be assigned 
in junior high schools. Re- 
medial reading specialists 
shall be assigned for such 
high schools as needed. 

(d) A study be made for 
the hiring of a technical as- 
sistant for each language 
laboratory in each school. 

(e) A study be made for 
the hiring of a professional 
laboratory assistant for each 
high school science labora- 
tory. 

(f) There shall be at 
least two developmental 
reading teachers for every 
high school where needed 
and in every junior high 
school. 



(g) The hiring of at 
least one additional guidance 
staff member in each high 
school where needed. 

(h) Expansion of the De- 
partment of Educational In- 
vestigation and Measure- 
ment by the appointment of 
additional research assist- 
ants-school psychologists and 
clerical assistants. 

(i) A sufficient number 
of special class teachers 
shall be hired to meet the 
needs and demands of the 
department including spe- 
cialists in physical education 
and industrial arts. 

(j) A sufficient number 
of specialists in the follow- 
ing areas shall be employed 
at the elementary levels: re- 
medial reading, speech im- 
provement, music, art and 
physical education. 

13. Co - operating Teach- 
ers 

(a) A joint study by 
Committee representatives 
and Union representatives 
shall be made for compensa- 
tion of co-operating teach- 
ers. 

(b) Any teacher request- 
ed to accept a trainee shall 
have at least one week's ad- 
vance notice. 

(c) Each co-operating 
teacher shall be given two 
days' leave with pay, and 
without loss of any benefits, 
during the final week of the 
training period. 

14. Information to the 
Union 

The following shall be 
made available to the Union : 

(a) Information on all 
vacancies. 

(b) Lists and informa- 
tion pertaining to persons 
covered by this agreement. 

(c) Specific information 
in individual cases. 

15. Teacher Files 

All teacher files shall be 
maintained under the fol- 
lowing circumstances: 

(a) No material deroga- 
tory to a teacher's conduct, 
service, character or person- 
ality shall be placed in the 
files unless the teacher has 
had an opportunity to read 
the material. The teacher 
shall acknowledge that he 
has read such material by 
affixing his signature on the 
actual copy to be filed, with 
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signature merely signifies 
that he has read the mate- 
rial to be filed. Such signa- 
ture does not necessarily in- 
dicate agreement with its 
content. 

(b) The teacher shall 
have the right to answer any 
material filed and his an- 
swer shall be reviewed by 
the Associate Superintend- 
ent of Personnel and at- 
tached to the file copy. 

(c) Upon request by the 
teacher he shall be given 
access to his file without 
delay. 

(d) Upon receipt of a 
written request the teacher 
shall be furnished a repro- 
duction of any material in 
his file. 

I. DISCIPLINE 
Other features of school 
discipline shall be spelled 
out in the form of a memo- 
randum of agreement be- 
tween the parties; such 
memorandum shall repre- 
sent a comprehensive Disci- 
pline Code. It shall be dis- 
tributed to all teachers. 

ARTICLE IV 

APPLICATION FOR 

PROMOTION: 

TRANSFERS 

A. POSTING AND 

BIDDING ON 

PROMOTIONS 

A circular by the Superin- 
tendent shall be sent to all 
schools whenever vacancies 
occur or are about to occur 
on higher positions or more 
desirable positions within 
the bargaining unit or on 
levels above the bargaining 
unit, or when new positions 
of comparable status are to 
be established. Notice shall 
be posted on the appropriate 
bulletin board by the Prin- 
cipal, Head Master or Direc- 
tor. Copies shall be sent to 
the Union. 

Qualifications, require- 
ments, duties, salary and 
other pertinent information 
should be categorically set 
forth in the foregoing no- 
tices. 

All applications shall be 
considered. 

All applications shall be 
in writing and shall set forth 
the position for which the 
applicant is to be considered. 
Reasonable time shall be al- 
lowed for such submission of 



applications. (A minimum of 
10 school days.) A minimum 
of 10 school days after no- 
tice from Board of Exam- 
iner shall be given to file 
qualifications. 

ARTICLE IV 
APPLICATION FOR 
PROMOTION: 
TRANSFERS 
Notice must be given to 
all personnel at least 6 
months in advance of any 
change in qualifications for 
any positions set forth in the 
first paragraph of this Ar- 
ticle. 

B. TRANSFERS 
All transfers shall be gov- 
erned by the provisions as 
set forth in Appendix C 
which is attached hereto and 
made a part of this Agree- 
ment. 
C. OTHER POINTS ON 

PROMOTION 
Outside supervisory expe- 
rience shall be considered in 
ratings for administrative 
positions and appropriate 
credit given therefore in 
Block 3 (Personal Qualities) 
of the present rating form. 

Experience i n teaching 
abroad may be submitted for 
credit for rating purposes. 
ARTICLE V 
LEAVES OF ABSENCE 

AND SICK LEAVE 
A. LEAVE FOR UNION 
OFFICERS 
Not more than two em- 
ployees who are officers of 
the Union or who are ap- 
pointed to its staff shall, 
upon proper application, be 
given a leave of absence 
without pay during the 
school year for the purpose 
of performing legitimate du- 
ties for the Union. Employ- 
ees given leaves of absence 
without pay shall receive 
credit toward annual salary 
increments on the schedules 
appropriate to their rank. 
The Committee agrees to 
recommend to the Pension 
System that the time spent 
on leave of absence pursuant 
to this section be granted as 
service credit for retirement 
purposes and that the em- 
ployee receiving such leave 
of absence be permitted to 
pay regular monthly contri- 
butions oased upon their 
earnable salaries as mem- 
bers of the teaching staff for 
the period of such leave. 



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Provided also that for spe- 
cial purposes leaves without 
pay under the above condi- 
tions shall be granted from 
time to time for shorter pe- 
riods than one year but not 
less than three months as 
requested by the Union for 
special study or research or 
similar relevant purposes to 
enhance the knowledge and 
competency of the Union in 
administering its responsi- 
bilities under this contract. 
All leaves under this short 
term stipulation would not 
exceed a total of twelve 
months per school year and 
shall not involve more than 
2 persons. 

B. SABBATICAL LEAVE 
OF ABSENCE 

All sabbatical leaves shall 
be governed by the provi- 
sions as set forth in Appen- 
dix B which is attached 
hereto and made a part of 
this Agreement. 

1. 1. A joint study by 
the parties shall be made to 
consider whether the present 
sabbatical leave meets the 
needs of the Boston Public 
Schools. 

2. During the sabbatical 
leave period, retirement con- 
tributions based upon the 
salary received and other 
benefits shall continue. 

C. LEAVE FOR 
PERSONAL REASONS 
Teachers granted leave 
with pay shall be permitted 
to continue to establish 
creditable service towards 
retirement while on such 
leave. 

D. SHORT TERM LEAVE 
FOR PERSONAL 
BUSINESS 
Teachers shall be granted 
personal leave with pay in 
accordance with the provi- 
sions of Appendix B. 
E. SICK LEAVE 
Persons shall be granted 
sick leave in accordance 
with the provisions of Ap- 
pendix B. 

ARTICLE VI 
POLICY STATEMENT 
The parties, recognizing 
the authority of the School 
Committee to manage and 
administer the school sys- 
tem, have agreed on the fol- 
lowing procedures which are 
also deemed to be part of 
the School Committee "es- 



tablished policy and prac- 
tice" as stated in Section A, 
Article VII of this agree- 
ment. 

A. HIGH SCHOOL AND 
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
DIVISIONS 

1. Teacher Programs 
No later than the Fri- 
day before the April vaca- 
tion programming preference 
sheets shall be distributed to 
all teachers. Where it is ad- 
ministratively and educa- 
tionally advisable and feas- 
i b 1 e , programming-prefer- 
ences will be honored to the 
extent consistent with the 
provisions of this agreement. 
All preference sheets shall 
be returned by May 1. No 
later than 10 school days 
prior to the end of the 
school year, teachers shall 
be given the following infor- 
mation on their programs 
for the next school year. 

(a) Subjects and grades 
of subjects to be taught. 

(b) Any special informa- 
tion about particular classes 
teachers may be required to 
teach and the grade and par- 
ticular type of homeroom. 

No later than 5 school 
days before the end of the 
school year, teachers should 
receive their total program 
for the following school 
year, which shall include the 
periods and rooms where 
their assignments are sched- 
uled. Programs may be con- 
sidered subject to change 
if necessary because of 
changes in subject enroll- 
ments, faculty changes, or 
programming conflicts. 

Reasons for any such 
change shall be given by the 
Principal or Head Master to 
any teacher affected. 

2. Program Guidelines 
Wherever administratively 

possible, teacher programs 
should follow these guide- 
lines: 

(a) Teachers shall be 
programmed so as to have a 
minimum of lesson prepara- 
tions. Program requests of 
teachers shall be taken into 
consideration in determining 
this minimum. This policy 
shall be followed especially 
for beginning teachers and 
teachers having homeroom 
classes with maximum 
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(b) Teachers should be 
assigned to teach in their 
area of certification. 

(c) There should be no 
more than three consecutive 
teaching assignments and no 
more than four consecutive 
working assignments except 
for teachers normally pro- 
grammed for double periods. 

(d) The number of dif- 
ferent rooms in which as- 
signments occur should be 
held to the absolute mini- 
mum. 

(e) Equitable standards 
should be applied within 
each school for exemption 
from home rooms and build- 
ing assignments. 

(f) In rooms with spe- 
cific student stations (shops, 
typing rooms, laboratories), 
the number of pupils as- 
signed to such rooms should 
not exceed the number of 
student stations available. 

3. Rotation 

The policy of equitable 
assignment of teachers for 
all teaching duties should be 
<ollowed insofar as possible 
ar'd as is consistent with the 
educational and administra- 
tive needs and requirements 
of a particular school. The 
policy of equitable rotation 
of teachers for all non-teach- 
mg duties (including home- 
room classes) should be fol- 
lowed insofar as possible 
and as is consistent with 
the educational and ad- 
ministrative needs and re- 
quirements of a particular 
school; provided, however, 
no teacher shall be required 
to involuntarily perform a 
specific non-teaching assign- 
ment, for a period not to 
rxceed two (2) school years. 
On or before April 1, a list 
of all non-teaching assign- 
ments for which administra- 
tive periods are given in a 
teacher's program shall be 
posted in each school. These 
assignments may be applied 
'"or in the teacher's program 
preference sheet as herein 
orovided. An applicant for 
such a non-teaching assign- 
ment who does not receive 
the requested assignment 
shall, upon his/her request, 
be given the reasons for not 
having been selected by the 
Principal or Head Master. 



B. ELEMENTARY 

SCHOOLS 

1. Teacher Assignments 

(a) Time should be de- 
voted at the March in- 
service meeting in the 
schools to a discussion of 
the procedures to be used in 
making all assignments for 
the coming year. Plans, 
goals, and personnel needs 
for special programs should 
also be discussed. 

(b) At that time, teach- 
ers should be given prefer- 
ence sheets on which to in- 
dicate their preferences in 
order of priority of grade 
level and type of class, with 
the understanding that if an 
opening exists, such prefer- 
ences will be honored where 
it is administratively and 
educationally advisable and 
feasible. Teachers shall be 
given an opportunity to dis- 
cuss their assignment re- 
quests with their principal. 
All preference sheets should 
be returned to the principal 
on or before May 1. 

(c) With regard to re- 
quests as to grade level or 
special assignments, teach- 
ers with the highest senior- 
ity should be given prefer- 
ence if the teachers' quali- 
fications for the position are 
the same. 

(d) The policy of equi- 
table assignment of teachers 
for all teaching duties 
should be followed insofar 
as possible and as is con- 
sistent with the educational 
and administrative needs 
and requirements of a par- 
ticular school. The oolicy 
of equitable rotation of 
teachers for all non-teaching 
duties should be followed in- 
sofar as possible and as is 
consistent with the educa- 
tional and administrative 
needs and reouirements of 
a particular school; pro- 
vided, however, no teacher 
shall be required to invol- 
untarily perform a specific 
non-teaching assignment, for 
a period not to exceed two 
(2) school years. On or be- 
fore April 1, a list of all 
non - teaching assignments 
for which administrative 
periods are given in a teach- 
er's program shall be Dosted 
m each school. These assign- 
ments may be applied for in 
the teacher's program pref- 



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erence sheet as herein pro- 
vided. An applicant for such 
a non-teaching assignment 
who does not receive ttie re- 
quested assignment shall, 
upon his/her request, be 
given the reasons for not 
having been selected by the 
Principal. 

C. TEACHER 
CONFERENCES: 
Teacher conferences shall 
be conducted by the Prin- 
cipal, Head Master or the 
person he designates in a 
manner which will encour- 
age free participation by all 
staff members. 

D. IN-SERVICE 
MEETINGS 
In-service meetings shall 
be programmed and con- 
ducted by the teaching staff 
in co-operation with the 
Principal or Head Master. 
ARTICLE VII 
GRIEVANCE 
PROCEDURE 
It is the declared objec- 
tive of the parties to en- 
courage prompt resolution 
of grievances. The parties 
recognize the importance of 
prompt and equitable dis- 
position of any complaint at 
the lowest organizational 
level possible. Teachers sub- 
ject to this Agreement shall 
not suffer a loss of pay for 
time spent in conferring and 
meeting on a grievance; 
provided however, that con- 
ferences and meetings will 
not normally take place 
during periods when the 
teachers involved have 
classroom duties, except as 
otherwise provided herein. 
Any person(s) or the 
Union shall have the right 
to present a grievance and 
have it promptly considered 
on its merits. 

A. Definition 
A "grievance" shall 
mean a complaint (1) 
that there has been as to 
a teacher a violation, mis- 
interpretation or inequit- 
able application of any of 
the provisions of this 
agreement or (2) that a 
teacher has been treated 
unfairly or inequitably by 
reason of any act or con- 
dition which is contrary 
to established policy or 
practice governing or af- 
fecting employees, except 
that the term "griev- 



ance" shall not apply to 
any matter as to which 
the Committee is without 
authority to act. 

As used in this article, 
the term "person" or 
"teacher" shall mean also 
a group of teachers hav- 
ing the same grievance. 

B. Adjustment of Griev- 
ances 

Grievances of employees 
within the bargaining unit 
shall be presented and ad- 
justed in the following man- 
ner: 

1. General Procedures 

(a) School Level (Step 1) 
A teacher or his Union 

representative may either 
orally or in writing, present 
a grievance to the Principal, 
Head Master or Director 
within a reasonable time, 
normally within thirty (30) 
school days after knowledge 
by the teacher of the facts 
giving rise to the act or con- 
dition which is the basis oi 
his complaint. 

The teacher and the Prin- 
cipal, Head Master or Direc- 
tor of the school shall con- 
fer on the grievance with a 
view to arriving at a mutu- 
ally satisfactory resolution 
of the complaint. At the 
conference, the teacher may 
present the grievance per- 
sonally or he may be repre- 
sented by a Union repre- 
sentative; but where the 
teacher is represented he 
must be present. Whenever 
a grievance is presented to 
the Principal, Head Master 
or Director by the teacher 
personally, the Principal, 
Head Master or Director 
shall give the Union repre- 
sentative the opportunity to 
be present and state the 
views of the Union. 

The Principal, Head Mas- 
ter or Director shall com- 
municate his decision orally 
or in writing to the ag- 
grieved teacher and to any 
Union representative who 
participated in this step 
within ten (10) school days 
after receiving the com- 
plaint. 

(b) Associate Superin- 
tendent of Personnel Level 
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If the grievance is not re- 
solved at Step 1, (he ag- 
grieved teacher or the Union 
may appeal by forwarding 
the grievance in writing to 
the Associate Superintend- 
ent in Charge of Personnel 
within ten (10) school days 
after he has received the 
Step 1 decision. The appeal 
shall include: 

a. Name and position of 
grievant; 

b. A statement of the 
grievance and the facts in- 
volved; 

c. The corrective action 
requested; 

d. Name of Union repre- 
sentative at Step 1, if any; 

e. Signature (s) of griev- 
ant (s) or Union representa- 
tive. 

The Associate Superin- 
tendent in Charge of Per- 
sonnel will arrange for a 
conference with the ag- 
grieved teacher and his 
Union representative, if any. 
The aggrieved teacher and 
the Union representatives 
shall be given at least two 
(2) school days' notice of the 
conference. The aggrieved 
teacher shall be present at 
the conference, except that 
he need not attend where 
it is mutually agreed that 
no facts are in dispute and 
that the sole question be- 
fore the Associate Superin- 
tendent in Charge of Per- 
sonnel is one of interpreta- 
tion of a provision of this 
Agreement or of what is 
established policy or prac- 
tice. The Head Master, Prin- 
cipal or Director may be 
present at this conference 
and state his views. The As- 
sociate Superintendent in 
Charge of Personel shall is- 
sue a written decision on 
the grievance as soon as 
possible, but not later than 
seventeen (17) school days 
after the receipt of the ap- 
peal. A copy will be sent 
to the aggrieved person and 
the Union. 

(c) Superintendent o f 
Schools (Step 3) 

The decision of the fore- 
going step may ne appealed 
in writing by the teacher or 
the Union to the Superin- 
tendent of Schools within 



fifteen (15) school days after 
the decision of the Asso- 
ciate Superintendent in 
Charge of Personnel has 
been received. The Superin- 
tendent of Schools or his 
designated representative 
shall meet with the ag- 
grieved teacher and the 
Union representatives. The 
aggrieved teacher and the 
Union representatives will 
receive at least two (2) 
school days' notice of the 
meeting and an opportunity 
to be heard. The Head Mas- 
ter, Principal or Director 
and Associate Superintend- 
ent in Charge of Personnel 
may be present at the meet- 
ing and state their views. 
The Superintendent or his 
designated representative 
shall communicate his writ- 
ten decision together with 
supporting reasons to the 
aggrieved teacher and to 
the Union as soon as possi- 
ble but not later than sev- 
enteen (17) school days aft- 
er receipt of the appeal. 

(d) The Committee 
(Step 4) 

The decision of the fore- 
going step may be appealed 
in writing by the teacher or 
the Union to the Committee 
for review within thirty 
(30) days after the decision 
of the Superintendest has 
been received. 

The Committee shall meet 
with the aggrieved teacher 
and/or the Union Repre- 
sentatives. The aggrieved 
teacher and the Union Rep- 
resentatives will receive at 
least two (2) school days' 
notice of the meeting and 
an opportunity to be heard. 
The Superintendent, or his 
designated representative, 
the Associated Superintend- 
ent in Charge of Personnel, 
the Principal, Head Master 
or Director may be present 
at the meeting and state 
their views. 

2. Initiation of Griev- 
ances or Complaints Filed 
by the Union at Steps 2 or 3. 

(a) Grievances arising 
from the action of officials 
other than the Principal, 
Head Master or Director 
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processed in accordance with 
the provisions of Step 2 of 
this grievance procedure. 
Where the action is initiated 
by the Superintendent of 
Schools, the grievance may 
be filed at Step 3. 

(b) Conferences held un- 
der this procedure at Step 2 
or Step 3 shall be conducted 
at a time and place which 
will afford a fair and rea- 
sonable opportunity for all 
persons entitled to be pres- 
ent to attend. When such 
conferences are held during 
day school hours, all persons 
who participate shall be ex- 
cused with pay. 

3. Salary and Leave 
Grievances. 

The following grievances 
shall be presented directly 
to the Associate Superin- 
tendent in Charge of Per- 
sonnel at Step 2 and in ac- 
cordance with the time re- 
quirements for filing as set 
forth in Step 1. 

(a) A grievance alleging 
that the person was placed 
on the wrong step of the 
salary schedule. 

(b) A grievance alleging 
the person's wages were im- 
properly paid. 

(c) A grievance alleging 
the person was improperly 
denied an increment. 

(d) A grievance alleging 
the person's absence deduc- 
tion was improperly calcu- 
lated. 

(e) A grievance alleging 
the person was improperly 
denied a sabbatical leave. 

(f) A grievance alleging 
the person was improperly 
denied a leave of absence 
without pay. 

4. (a) The time limits 
specified in any step of this 
procedure may be extended, 
in any specific instance, by 
mutual agreement. 

(b) A grievance filed in 
an inappropriate step of the 
grievance procedure will be 
considered as properly filed 
but the time limits for an- 
swering the grievance shall 
not begin until the griev- 
ance is referred to the ap- 
propriate step. 

5. In the event that the 
immediacy of a complaint 
requires a teacher to meet 
with his Principal or Head 
Master suddenly (on a non- 
scheduled occasion) he shall 



be allowed to have his Union 
Representative present at 
the meeting provided ne 
first makes this request of 
the Principal or Head Mas- 
ter. 

6. A failure by a teacher 
or the Union to process the 
grievance from one step to 
the next step within the 
time limits provided for will 
result in a disposition of this 
grievance unfavorable to 
the grievant, and conversely, 
a failure of a representative 
of the Committee respon- 
sible to answer a grievance 
at any of the steps of the 
grievance procedure to 
make such an answer within 
the time limits provided for 
will result in a disposition 
of the grievance favorable 
to the grievant. 

C. The Union shall fur- 
nish the Committee with a 
list of its officers, and au- 
thorized Union Representa- 
tives, and shall as soon as 
possible notify the Commit- 
tee in writing of any 
changes. No Union Repre- 
sentative shall be recog- 
nized by the Committee ex- 
cept those designated in 
writing by the Union. 
ARTICLE VIII 
ARBITRATION 

A. grievance which was 
not resolved at Step 4 un- 
der the grievance procedure 
may be submitted by the 
Union to arbitration. The 
arbitration may be initiated 
by filing with the Commit- 
tee and the American Arbi- 
tration Association a request 
for arbitration. The notice 
shall be filed within sixty 
(60) school days after de- 
nial of the grievance at 
Step 4 under the Grievance 
Procedure. The voluntary 
labor arbitration rules of 
the American Arbitration 
Association shall apply to 
the proceeding. 

The arbitrator shall issue 
his written decision not later 
than thirty (30) days from 
the date of the close of the 
hearings or, if oral hearings 
have been waived, then from 
the date of transmitting the 
final statements and proofs 
to the arbitrator. The deci- 
sion of the arbitrator will be 
accepted as final by the par- 
ties to the dispute and both 
will abide by it. 



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The Committee agrees 
that it will apply to all sub- 
stantially similar situations 
the decision of an arbitrator 
sustaining a grievance and 
the Union agrees that it will 
not bring or continue, and 
that it will not represent 
any employee in any griev- 
ance which is substantially 
similar to a grievance de- 
nied by the decision of an 
arbitrator. The arbitrator's 
fee will be shared equally by 
the parties to the dispute. 

ARTICLE IX 
UNION PRIVILEGES AND 
RESPONSIBILITIES 
A. FAIR PRACTICES 
As sole collective bargain- 
ing agent the Union will 
continue its policy of accept- 
ing into voluntary member- 
ship all eligible persons in 
the unit without regard to 
race, color, creed, national 
origin, sex or marital status. 
The Union will represent 
equally all persons without 
regard to membership, par- 
ticipation in or activities in 
any employee organization. 
The Committee agrees to 
continue its policy of not 
discriminating against any 
person on the basis of race, 
creed, color, national origin, 
sex, marital status or par- 
ticipation in or association 
with the activities of any 
employee organization. 
B. ALLOWED TIME FOR 
UNION NEGOTIATIONS 

1. All collective bargain- 
ing shall be conducted at 
the level of the School De- 
partment. 

2. A committee of Union 
representatives shall meet 
at least once a month 
with the Superintendent of 
Schools for consultation on 
matters of educational pro- 
gram and curriculum dur- 
ing the school year. Both 
parties shall submit items 
for the agenda. There shall 
be mutual effort to make 
these sessions meaningful 
and advantageous to the 
school system. Union repre- 
sentatives shall be excused 
from teaching duty for this 
purpose when held during 
school hours. 

3. Members of the Un- 
ion Negotiating Committee 
shall, upon arrangement, be 
excused from duty with pay 
with provision made for sub- 



stitute relief for the purpose 
of time spent in negotia- 
tions; provided, however, 
that for the period from the 
beginning of school to De- 
cember 13, not more than 
three (3) days shall be used 
for this purpose with the 
approval of the negotiators 
for the Committee; and that 
for the period from January 
9, through the first Monday 
in February not more than 
(5) five days shall be used 
for this purpose as request- 
ed for negotiating meetings. 
C PAYROLL DEDUC- 
TIONS FOR UNION 
DUES 
The Union may secure 
authorizations for payroll 
deductions for Union dues. 
Such authorizations may be 
revokable as provided by 
law. The Committee will re- 
quest the Treasurer of the 
City of Boston to submit 
such sums in total to the 
Union Treasurer no later 
than 30 days after such de- 
duction was made. 

D. UNION MEETINGS 
WITHIN INDIVIDUAL 

SCHOOLS 
Union meetings may be 
held on school property by 
faculty members of individ- 
ual schools provided there is 
no interference with any 
school activity. 

E. BULLETIN BOARDS 
At least one bulletin 

board shall be reserved at 
an accessible place in each 
school for the exclusive use 
of the Union for purposes of 
posting material dealing 
with proper and legitimate 
business of the Union. No- 
tices must be signed by the 
Building Representative or 
his authorized representa- 
tives. 

F. GRIEVANCE TIME 
FOR BUILDING REPRE- 
SENTATIVE 

The Union Building Rep- 
resentative in each High 
School and Junior High 
School shall be allowed one 
administrative period per 
week for conferring with 
teachers on grievances or 
associated matters 

G. NO UNION ACTIV- 
ITY ON SCHOOL TIME 

Except as provided herein 
the Union agrees that no 
teacher will engage in Un- 
ion activity during the time 



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he is assigned to teaching 
or other duties. 

H. PROTECTION O F 
INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP 
RIGHTS 

Nothing contained herein 
shall be construed to pre- 
vent the Committee, a mem- 
ber of the Committee or its 
designated representatives 
from meeting with any 
teacher for expression of 
the teacher's views. In the 
area of collective bargain- 
ing, no changes or modifica- 
tions shall be made except 
through consultation and 
negotiation with the Union. 
Nothing contained herein 
shall be construed to permit 
an organization other than 
the Union to appear in an 
official capacity in the pro- 
cessing of a grievance. 

Nothing contained herein 
shall be construed to pre- 
vent any person from infor- 
mally discussing any dispute 
with his immediate superior 
or processing a grievance 
on his own behalf in ac- 
cordance with the Grievance 
Procedure, heretofore set 
forth in Articles VII and 
VIII. 

I. EXISTING LAWS 
AND REGULATIONS PRE- 
SERVED 

The rights and benefits 
of persons provided herein 
are in addition to those pro- 
vided by City, State or Fed- 
eral law, rule or regulation 
including without limitation 
all applicable tenure, pen- 
sion or education laws and 
regulations. 

ARTICLE X 
HANDLING OF NEW 

ISSUES 
Matters of collective bar- 
gaining import not covered 
by this Agreement may, 
during the life of the Agree- 
ment, be handled in the fol- 
lowing manner: 

By the Committee: 

Except as any change 
may be commanded by law 
the Committee will continue 
its policies as outlined here- 
in. With respect to matters 
not covered by this Agree- 
ment which are proper sub- 
jects for collective bargain- 
ing the Committee agrees it 
will make no changes with- 
out prior consultation and 
negotiation with the Union. 



By the Union: 

In any matter not covered 
in this Agreement which is 
a proper subject for collec- 
tive bargaining the Union 
may raise such issue with 
the Committee for consul- 
tation and negotiation; ex- 
cept that the Union shall 
not renew or seek to renew 
any question introduced, de- 
bated and settled, either 
negatively or affirmatively, 
during the bargaining prior 
to final settlement. This re- 
striction shall not apply to 
the areas outlined in the 
Preamble as subjects for 
continuing consultation. 

Being a mutual Agree- 
ment, this instrument may 
be amended at any time by 
mutual consent. 

ARTICLE XI 
SAVING CLAUSE 

A. If any provision of 
this Agreement is or shall 
at any time be contrary to 
law, then such provision 
shall not be applicable or 
performed or enforced, ex- 
cept to the extent permitted 
by law and substitute action 
shall be subject to appro- 
priate consultation and ne- 
gotiation with the Union. 

B. In the event that any 
provision of this Agreement 
is or shall at any time be 
contrary to law, all other 
provisions of this Agree- 
ment shall continue in 
effect. 

ARTICLE XII 
RESOLUTION OF DIF- 
FERENCES BY PEACE- 
FUL MEANS 

The Union and the Com- 
mittee agree that differ- 
ences between the parties 
shall be settled by peaceful 
means as provided within 
this Agreement. The Union, 
in consideration of the value 
of this Agreement and its 
terms and conditions and 
the Legislation which en- 
gendered it, will not engage 
in, instigate, or condone any 
strike, work stoppage or any 
concerted refusal to per- 
form normal work duties on 
the part of any employee 
covered by this Agreement. 
ARTICLE XIII 
DURATION 
This Agreement and each 
of its provisions shall be in 
effect as of Sept. 1, 1966, 
and shall continue in full 



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force and effect until Au- 
gust 31, 1967. 

Negotiations for a subse- 
quent Agreement will com- 
mence no sooner than Oct . 1 , 
1966, for budgetary items, 
and no sooner than Oct. 1, 
1966 for all other items, 
upon the request of either 
party filed two weeks before 
each of these dates. 
DATED: 

SIGNATURES: 



Chairman, 

Boston School 
Committee 

President, 

Boston Teachers 
Union 

CONCLUSION 

In our comparatively new 
and untried field of collec- 
tive bargaining the parties 
have sought to define and 
resolve the proper interest 
of the teachers in their 
rates of compensation and 
the conditions under which 
they perform their impor- 
tant duties. 

At the same time the 
teachers acquire a vehicle, 
through this partnership 
with the Committee, which 
enables them to bring to 
bear on the growing prob- 
lems inherent in the ad- 
vancement o f education, 
their intimate knowledge 
and experience on matters 
of professional concern. 
Also the teachers find a 
value in this association and 
contact with the policy- 
making body. 

Equally, it is established 
that the Committee has 
complete authority over the 



l. 

2. 
3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

S. 

9. 
10. 
11. 

COLUMN A applies to 
holders of a Bachelor's de- 
gree or other certification. 

COLUMN B applies to 
those persons who hold a 
Master's degree granted 
prior to September 1, 1958, 
or a Master's degree grant- 
ed in course after said date 



Bachelor's 

or 
Equivalent 
A. 

5500 

5800 

6100 

6400 

6700 

7000 

7300 

7700 

8100 

8600 

9300 



Master's 

or 

Equivalent 

B. 

6000 

6300 

6600 

6900 

7200 

7500 

7800 

8200 

8600 

9.100 

9800 



policies and administration 
of the schools which it exer- 
cises under the law. 

APPENDIX A— SALARY 
SCHEDULE 
All persons in Group I 
shall enter the service upon 
the minimum salary of their 
respective ranks, except as 
hereinafter provided. 

If such persons are re- 
ceiving a salary equal to or 
in excess of the minimum 
salary of the rank to which 
they may be appointed, they 
shall be placed upon that 
year of the schedule which 
most nearly approaches, but 
is not less than the salary 
they are receiving in a 
teaching or other position 
at the time of their appoint- 
ment; provided that salaries 
shall be based upon the 
regular annual compensa- 
tion received in a teaching 
or other positions identical 
with or definitely related to 
the instruction which teach- 
ers are to give, up to the 
maximum of this salary 
schedule. 

All such persons appoint- 
ed to permanent service 
shall be placed upon that 
year of the salary schedule 
to which their years of per- 
manent, permanent substi- 
tute, provisional, and tem- 
porary service in the Boston 
public schools entitle them. 
For salary purposes one 
hundred twenty (120) days 
within a school year shall 
be credited as one year's 
teaching experience. 

The following schedule 
shall be effective September 
1, 1966, for all those in 
Group I of the Collective 
Bargaining Unit: 



Master's 

and 

30 credits 

C. 

6250 

6550 

6850 

7150 

7450 

7750 

8050 

8450 

8850 

9350 
10050 



Doctorate 
D. 

6500 
6800 
7100 
7400 
7700 
8000 
8300 
8700 
9100 
9600 
10300 



by an educational institu- 
tion approved by the Com- 
mittee. 

Or the person has served 
fifteen years under one of 
the following certificates : 
Certificate IV High School, 
Certificate XI — S p e c i a 1 , 
Valid in Day High Schools, 



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or Certificate XXVIII— Bos- 
ton Business School, or Cer- 
tificate XXXI High School 
Women, or Certificate XXXI 
or XXXI-B Day and Eve- 
ning Industrial Schools, or 
Certificate XXXVI— School 
Librarian. 

Or the person is now serv- 
ing under Certificate XXXI 
High School, Women, or 
Certificate XXXI or XXXI- 
B Day and Evening Indus- 
trial Schools and holds a 
Bachelor's Degree or is now 
serving under one of the 
Certificates aforementioned 
in this clause after having 
served under Certificate 
XXX and has completed in 
the aggregate fifteen years 
of service under Certificate 
XXX, XXXI, oi XXXI-B. 

Or the person is serving 
under Certificate IV High 
School Military Science and 
holds in the armed forces 
of the United States the 
rank of Major or Lieuten- 
ant Commander or a higher 
rank. 

Or the person is serving 
under Certificate XI — Spe- 
cial Assistant Director of 
Music. 

COLUMN C applies to 
those persons who earn a 
total of 30 graduate credits 
which are not included in 
the requirements for their 
earned Master's degrees. 
These credits may be earned 
before, during, or after the 
granting of their Master's 
degrees. Prior to September 
1, 1966, these credits must 
be granted by an educational 
institution which has been 
approved by the Committee. 
After September 1, 1966, 
these credits must be grant- 



ed by an educational institu- 
tion which has been ap- 
proved by the Committee 
and in courses taken while 
enrolled for a second Mas- 
ter's degree, a C.A.G.S. or 
a Doctor's degree; or pre- 
viously approved for credit 
by a representative of the 
Committee. 

After September 1, 1966, 
all persons with no graduate 
credits and all persons who 
thereafter enter the service 
of the Boston Public Schools 
must attain a second Mas- 
ter's degree, a C.A.G.S. or 
earn 30 graduate credits 
while enrolled for a Doctor's 
degree, or in courses previ- 
ously approved for credit by 
a representative of the 
Committee. 

COLUMN D applies to 
those persons in the Group 
who hold an earned Doctor's 
degree from an institution 
of higher learning accredit- 
ed by the Committee. 

GROUP II 
The following schedule 
shall be effective September 
1, 1966, for Assistant Prin- 
cipals, Heads of Depart- 
ment, Division foremen, 
Division Heads, Guidance 
Counselors, Research Assist- 
ants, School Adjustment 
Counselors, Coordinators, 
Shop Foremen, Supervisors 
of Fine Arts, Vocal Music 
and Physical Education in 
Elementary Schools, Teach- 
er Coordinators, Vocational 
Assistants, and Vocational 
Instructors, Supervisors of 
Handicraft (Special Class- 
es), Assistant Industrial 
Arts and any other persons 
mentioned in Article I of 
this document under Group 
II. 







Master's 




BASE 


and 30 credits DOCTORATE 




A. 


B. C. 


GROUP II 






1. 


$10,400. 


$10,650. $10,900. 


2. 


10,700. 


10.950. 11.200. 


3. 


11,000. 


11,250. 11,500. 



COLUMN A applies to all 
those persons appointed by 
the Committee to this 
Group. 

COLUMN B applies to 
those persons who earn a 
total of 30 graduate credits 
which are not included in 
the requirements for their 
earned Master's degrees. 
These credits may be earned 
before, during, or after the 



granting of their Master's 
degrees. Prior to September 
1, 1966, these credits must 
be granted by an educa- 
tional institution which has 
been approved by the Com- 
mittee. After September 1, 
1966, these credits must be 
granted by an educational 
institution which has been 
approved by the Committee 
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enrolled for a second Mas- 
ter's degree, a C.A.G.S. or a 
Doctor's degree; or previ- 
ously approved for credit by 
a representative of the 
Committee. 

After September 1, 1966, 
all persons with no graduate 
credits and all persons who 
thereafter enter the service 
of the Boston Public Schools 
must attain a second Mas- 
ter's degree, a C.A.G.S. or 
earn 30 graduate credits 
while enrolled for a Doctor's 
degree or in courses previ- 
ously approved for credit by 
a representative of the 
Committee. 

COLUMN C applies to 
those persons in the Group 
who hold an earned Doctor's 
Degree from an institution 
of higher learning accredited 
by the Committee. 

Any persons in Groups I 
and II who may be desig- 
nated by the Superintendent 
in accordance with the reg- 
ulations to act in the posi- 
tion of a headmaster, shop 
superintendent, principal of 
a school or district, or of a 
director, associate director, 
or chief examiner, for a con- 
tinuous period exceeding 
two weeks shall be paid at 
the rate of five dollars ($5) 
per day of service in addi- 
tion to the regular salary of 
his rank. Any persons in 
Group I and II who may be 
similarly designated to act 
in the position of assistant 
director; assistant in 
charge; supervisor; head of 
department; head instruc- 
tor; coordinator; guidance 
counselor or division head; 
assistant principal; or shop 
foreman; shall be paid at 
the rate of two dollars fifty 
cents ($2.50) per day for 
each day of service in addi- 
tion to the regular salary of 
his rank. 

Every person who on Sep- 
tember 1, 1966, is serving in 
a rank specified in the fore- 
going salary schedule shall 
be placed on the minimum 
salary of his grouping; pro- 
vided, however, that the sal- 
ary of no person shall be 
reduced; and provided fur- 
ther, that nothing herein 
contained shall be construed 
to deprive any person of 
salary increases provided by 
other orders of the Com- 
mittee. 



During the school year 
ending August 31, 1967, all 
persons in Groups I and II 
who on August 31, 1966, 
shall not have reached the 
maximum salary of their re- 
spective ranks shall be ad- 
vanced on their respective 
anniversary dates by the 
amount of the annual incre- 
ment provided for in the 
foregoing schedule until the 
maximum of their respec- 
tive ranks is reached; pro- 
vided that the final incre- 
ment shall be such as shall 
place the person upon the 
maximum salary of his rank. 

Effective September 1, 
1966, teachers appointed 
heretofore or hereafter who 
obtain a master's degree 
granted in course by an edu- 
cational institution ap- 
proved by the Committee 
shall be placed on the step 
of the higher schedule for 
teachers which is the same 
step they hold in the lower 
schedule for teachers. 

Effective September 1, 
1966, all persons serving in 
ranks listed in Group I, who 
are below the maximum sal- 
ary shall be placed on that 
step to which their years of 
service in their group en- 
title them. 

Effective September 1, 
1966, all persons serving in 
ranks listed in Group I, on 
maximum salary on August 
31, 1966, shall be advanced 
to the maximum salary in 
Group I, on September 1, 
1966. 

All persons in Groups I 
and II appointed or assigned 
for full time service at 
Trade High School, Trade 
High School for Girls, Hor- 
ace Mann School for the 
Deaf, the M. Gertrude God- 
vin School, and the Depart- 
ment of Special Classes 
shall be paid at the rate of 
Five Hundred Dollars 
($500) per year in addition 
to the regular salary of 
their several ranks. 

Any master, junior mas- 
ter, or teacher, Latin and 
Day High Schools, who may 
be designated by the Super- 
intendent in accordance 
with the regulations as act- 
ing head of a department 
wherein there are not less 
than fifteen hundred pupil 
hours in foreign (including 
ancient) languages, taught 



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by at least three teachers 
whole or part time, or of 
any other department 
wherein there are not less 
than two thousand pupil 
hours, taught by at least 
four teachers whole or part 
time, shall be paid at the 
rate of two dollars fifty 
cents ($2.50) per day for 
each day of service, in addi- 
tion to the regular salary 
of his rank. 

Any person in Groups I 
and II of this salary sched- 
ule who may be designated 
by the Superintendent as 
teacher in charge of a build- 
ing where there is no per- 
manent assistant principal, 
head of department or co- 
ordinator or as teacher in 
charge of an elementary 
unit in a junior high school, 
a high school, or in an ele- 
mentary school where therri 
are at least four classes 
shall be paid at the rate of 
two dollars fifty cents 
($2.50) per day for each 
day of service in addition to 
the regular salary of his 
rank; or any teacher as- 
signed in charge of a high 
school annex shall be paid 
at the rate of six dollars 
($6.00) per day for each day 
of service in addition to the 
regular salary of his rank; 
or any teacher designated in 
charge of the Boston Voca- 
tional Technical Institute 
shall be paid at the rate of 
ten dollars ($10.00) per day 
for each day of service in 
addition to the regular sal- 
ary of his rank; or any 
teacher appointed or as- 
signed to the Boston Voca- 
tional Technical Institute 
shall be paid at the rate of 
six dollars ($6.00) per day 
for each day of service in 
addition to the regular sal- 
ary of his rank. 

Francis J. Harrigan and 
Francis Tobin, Trade In- 
structors, Boston Trade 
High School, and Albert J. 
Pfau, Cooperative Instruc- 
tor, Hyde Park High School, 
and formerly Shop Fore- 
man, Department of Voca- 
tional Education and Indus- 
trial Arts, effective Sep- 
tember 1, 1966, shall receive 
the salary of Group II. 
TEACHERS NOT PERMA- 
NENTLY APPOINTED 
These schedules shall be 
effective September 1, 1966, 
for the following teachers: 



Provisional Teachers, 
$5000 per year. 

Substitute teachers on a 
one year's assignment, $5000 
per year. 

Per Diem Substitutes, 
$21.00 per day. 

Teachers — Physically 
Handicapped, $10.50 per 2% 
hour session (not to exceed 
2 sessions per day). 

Teachers — Classes of Lip 
Reading, $10.50 per 2V 2 hour 
session (not to exceed 2 ses- 
sions per day). 

Special Assistants — Day 
School for Immigrants, 
$10.50 per 2 x / 2 hour session. 
TAX FREE ANNUITIES 

The Committee agrees it 
is desirable to allow per- 
sons in the bargaining unit 
to take advantage of the 
federal law concerning tax 
free annuities and shall take 
such steps as are necessary 
and possible to implement 
this program. The company 
or companies providing the 
coverage shall be mutually 
agreed upon by the parties. 

RETIREMENT PLAN 

The parties agree that 
the main pensions provisions 
of the State Boston Retire- 
ment system shall be made 
a part of this Agreement. 

APPENDIX B 

SICK LEAVE 

(1) Every person in 
Groups I and II of the Bos- 
ton School Department shall 
be granted an annual leave 
of fifteen (15) days without 
loss of pay, for absence 
caused by illness or by in- 
jury, or by exposure to con- 
tagious disease. Such leave 
not used in the year of serv- 
ice for which it is granted 
shall be accumulated for 
use in subsequent years. 
Such leave not used prior to 
the termination of an em- 
ployee's service shall lapse 
and the employee shall not 
be entitled to any compen- 
sation in lieu thereof. 

(2) Each September fif- 
teen days of sick leave 
shall be added to the reserve 
of each person in actual 
service on or before October 
1 of that school year. 

(3) A person appointed 
after October 1 of any 
school year shall be granted 
sick leave for that school 
year on the following basis: 

(a) A person appointed 
after October 1 but before 
January 1 shall be granted 



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225 



twelve days (12) sick leave 
for that school year; 

(b) A person appointed 
after January 1 but before 

April 1 shall be granted 



eight days (8) of sick leave 
for that school year; 

(c) A person appointed 
after April 1 shall he grant- 
ed four days (4) leave for 
that school year. 



LEAVES OF ABSENCE 
Accidents while in performance of duty — under 7 calendar 

Days 
days 5 no loss 

Thereafter 1/400 plus amount determined by Workmen's 

Copensation Agent according to dependents 
College degree— to receive degree at college 1 no loss 

Conventions, approved by State Board 3 no loss 

Delegates to National Conventions of Veterans' Organizations 3 no loss 
Court Summons: 

Personal business no pay 

School business no loss 

Witness no loss 

Court attendance except in a case to which the 

teacher or member of the supervising staff is a party no loss 
Death: 

Immediate family; anyone residing in same household with 

teacher 5 no loss 

Consecutive school days immediately preceding, following, or 
including the day of death. Holidays, vacations, or 
suspended sessions shall be considered school days under 
this provision 

Niece, nephew, uncle, aunt, in-laws, grandmother, 
grandfather, grandchild 1 no loss 

Funeral : 

Cousin, or friend 1 1/400 

Niece, nephew, uncle, aunt, in-law, grandmother, grand- 
father, grandchildren 1 no loss 
Retired teacher 1 no loss 

(limited to principal and one representative) 
Teacher 

(limited to principal and three teachers) 
(teachers outside of district may attend without loss) 
Teacher who is also a relative 1 

Travel time for those allowed one day without loss of pay 1 
Graduation: 

Member of immediate family, including niece and nephew 1 
Illness in immediate family, critical, not exceeding 20 days 
in one school year 

Days 
Jewish holy days — Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur 3 

Ordination, or entrance into religious orders, including Niece 



1 no loss 



no loss 
1/400 



and nephew 

Immediate family 

Immediate family, travel time 

Other than member of immediate family 

Diaconate at Cathedral once a year — immediate family 
Quarantine, same as sick leave 
Travel Time 

Funeral when only 1 day without loss is allowed, e.g., 
niece, nephew, etc. 
Ordination, immediate family 

Wedding, immediate family 
Weddings : 

Friend 

Immediate family 

Niece, nephew 

Travel time for those allowed 1 day without loss of pay 



no loss 

1/400 

no loss 

no loss 
no loss 
1/400 
1/400 
no loss 



1/400 
1/400 
1/400 

1/400 
no loss 
no loss 
1/400 



MATERNITY LEAVES 
OF ABSENCE 

Teachers in permanent 
service who marry and re- 
main in service are required 
to file in duplicate (one 
copy to the Superintendent 
and one copy to the Busi- 
ness Manager) Form No. 
226 — Notice of Marriage. 

The Rules and Regula- 
tions of the School Com- 
mittee were amended on 
March 1, and April 12, 1954, 
to provide for maternity 
leaves of absence by insert- 
ing after SECTION 283 the 
following new section: 

Section 283A. 1. When- 
ever the superintendent is 
notified that a married fe- 
male teacher or a married 
female member of the su- 
pervising staff has become 
pregnant, whether she is in 



active service or on leave of 
absence of any kind (includ- 
ing leave of absence for 
prior pregnancy), he shall 
forthwith grant her a leave 
of absence without pay ef- 
fective at once and continu- 
ing until such date, at least 
three months after the date 
of expected birth, as he 
shall determine; provided 
that no such leave shall in 
any event exceed 18 months. 
Any such leave may be ter- 
minated by the superintend- 
ent at any time upon appli- 
cation of any such teacher 
or member of the supervis- 
ing staff if the pregnancy 
is of shorter duration than 
expected and the director of 
school hygiene shall certify 
to the superintendent that 
such teacher or member of 
the supervising staff is in fit 



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condition for service. If the 
superintendent grants or 
terminates a leave of ab- 
sence under this regulation, 
he shall so report to the 
School Committee. Leave 
granted under this regula- 
tion shall be known as ma- 
ternity leave. 

2. As soon as any mar- 
ried female teacher or mar- 
ried female member of the 
supervising staff shall be- 
come aware that she is preg- 
nant, she shall, whether she 
is in active service or on 
leave of absence of any kind 
(including leave of absence 
for prior pregnancy), at 
once make application for 
and accept a leave of ab- 
sence in accordance with 
paragraph 1 of this regula- 
tion. Such application shall 
be made in writing to the 
superintendent and shall be 
in substantially the follow- 
ing form: — See Form No. 
311 — Application of Married 
Teacher for Maternity Leave 
of Absence Without Pay — 
supplied by Office of Per- 
sonnel. 

3. If before the expira- 
tion or termination of a ma- 
ternity leave of absence a 
married female teacher or a 
married female member of 
the supervising staff shall 
become aware that she is 
pregnant again, the leave of 
absence for her prior preg- 
nancy shall immediately ter- 
minate and she shall be 
subject anew to paragraphs 
1 and 2 of this regulation. 

SABBATICAL LEAVE OF 

ABSENCE 

A teacher interested in a 
sabbatical leave for study, 
or for study and travel, may 
obtain Superintendent's Cir- 
cular No. 141, 1951-52, from 
the Secretary's Office, and 
blanks to be filled out for 
approval by the Board of 
Superintendents. 

Sabbatical leaves of ab- 
sence are granted ordinarily 
following seven years of 
permanent service; excep- 
tions may be made for serv- 
ice as a Temporary teacher 
prior to permanent appoint- 
ment. 



A teacher who takes a 
sabbatical year for "Study 
and Travel" should spend 
not less than one-half of 
that school year in system- 
atic study, in residence, un- 
der the auspices of some 
educational institution ap- 
proved by the Board of 
Superintendents, taking at 
least four thirty-hour 
courses, which courses must 
be listed on the application 
for the leave of absence. 

A teacher who takes a 
sabbatical year for "study" 
should pursue systematic 
study during the entire 
school year in residence un- 
der the auspices of an edu- 
cational institution approved 
by the Board of Superin- 
tendents, taking at least six 
thirty-hour courses, which 
courses must be listed on 
the application for leave of 
absence. 

LEAVE FOR REST 

Leave for one year for 
rest may be obtained follow- 
ing twenty years of per- 
manent service. 

MILITARY LEAVE OF 
ABSENCE 

Military leave of absence, 
without pay, may be granted 
to a permanent teacher in- 
ducted into the armed forces 
for the required length of 
service, according to the 
terms of the Selective Ser- 
vices and Training Act of 
1940, and subsequent amend- 
ments by Congress. 
ORGANIZED RESERVE 
FORCES 

The parties agree that 
persons in the Organized 
Reserve Forces of the United 
States will be granted a 
leave of absence with pay 
according to the current reg- 
ulation of the Committee or 
if there is more to set out 
the language of General 
Laws Chapter 33, Section 
59 in this Agreement. 
APPENDIX C 

TRANSFER TIME 
SCHEDULE 

All vacancies within the 
unit to be filled by transfer 
shall be filled from the 
Transfer Lists described be- 
low, and in the manner as 
set forth below: 



1. Cut off Beginning Termination 

Filing Date Effective Date Date 

**LIST I 2-1-66 9- 1-66 6-30-67 

* * LIST IH 2-1-66 9-1-66 6-30-67 

LIST IV 10-1-67 10-15-67 10-14 68 

**LIST I is the Transfer List established by Superintendent's Cir- 
cular No. 125 dated January 3, 1966. 



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227 



(a) Li s t I will have 
priority in order of senior- 
ity over Lists II and III un- 
til June 30, 1967. 

(b) List II will be estab- 
lished in order of seniortiy 
and become effective on 10- 
15-66, subject to the 
priority of List I. 

(c) List III will be 
established in order of sen- 
iority and become effective 
on 3-15-67, at which time 
List II and List III will 
merge in order of seniority, 
subject to the priority of 
List I. 

(d) List IV will be estab- 
lished and become effective 
on 10/15/67, at which time 
it will merge with List III 
in order of senioriety. 

All known vacancies to 
be filled by transfer on 
September 1, 1967 in the 
school system shall be post- 
ed prior to March 1, 1967. 
All known vacancies on Sep- 
tember 15, 1967, to be filled 
by transfer will be posted on 
that date. 

Transfers shall be allowed 
during any month to take 
effect as of September 1, or 
before, either at the request 
of the person, or at the dis- 
cretion of the Associate Su- 
perintendent in Charge of 
Personnel. 

No appointments may be 
made until pending transfer 
requests for vacancies have 
been exhausted. 

The Rules of Seniority 
adopted June, 1951, shall 
govern the selection of the 
person to be transferred, 
subject to the provisions of 
this Contract. 

A Superintendent's Cir- 
cular shall advise teachers 
at least 15 days prior to the 
filing date. 

For all teachers appointed 
in 1963 having similar sen- 
iority, teachers with prior 
Boston teaching experience 
shall be granted priority. 
/S/ Thomas S. Eisenstadt 
Chairman Boston School 
Committee 
/S/ Fred Reilly 
President, Boston 
Teachers Union, Local 66 

SCHOOL YEAR 
Appendix D. 

The regular term of all 
day schools shall begin on 
the Thursday following La- 
bor Day and shall continue 



for two hundred an J eighty- 
eight calendar days inclu- 
sive of the one week's vaca- 
tion in December, one 
week's vacation in Febru- 
ary, and one week's vaca- 
tion in April All day schools 
shall close on Thursday of 
the final week of the term. 
Teachers , except those 
whose vacations are other- 
wise established by the reg- 
ulations, shall report for 
duty at 9 a. m. on the Wed- 
nesday preceding the open- 
ing day of school in Septem- 
ber, and shall continue on 
duty except on such days 
as the sessions of the schools 
are suspended, or unless 
leave of absence is granted 
in accordance with the reg- 
ulations, until the close of 
the term. Members of the 
supervising staff, except 
those whose vacations are 
otherwise established by the 
regulations, shall continue 
on duty until the close of 
the term of the schools in 
which they are respectively 
employed, or if not em- 
ployed in particular schools, 
up to and including the Fri- 
dav of the final week of the 
term. Principals may re- 
quire the attendance of 
teachers up to and includ- 
ing the Friday of the final 
week of the term. The col- 
lection of textboks and sup- 
plie: shall not be completed 
by any 'eacher earlier than 
Wedrr >day of the final 
wet-v of the term. 

The sessions of the day 
schools shall be suspended 
on Saturdays, Sundays, and 
the following-named holi- 
days and vacations: The 
twelfth of October, the elev- 
enth of November; from 
Thanksgiving Day until the 
following Monday: from the 
first calendar day immedi- 
ately preceding Christmas to 
and including the first day 
of the following January; 
the week in which the twen- 
ty-second of February falls; 
the seventeenth of March; 
Good Friday; the week in 
which the nineteenth of 
April falls; Memorial Day; 
and the seventeenth of June. 
Whenever any of the afore- 
said holidays falls on Sunday, 
the schools shall not be in 
session on the following 
Monday. 



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SUSPENSION OF 

SECTION 325 of THE 

REGULATIONS 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the op- 
eration of the amendment 
to Section 325 of the regula- 
tions, pertaining to in- 
creases and reductions in 
compensation of employees, 
the inclusion thereof in the 
annual budget, the hear- 
ings thereon, after due no- 
tice, in the month of Feb- 
ruary, is hereby suspended. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

PROVISIONS FOR 
STARTING AT A 
SALARY HIGHER 
THAN MINIMUM 
Effective for the 

1966-1967 
school year only 
Sect. 332. 1. Teachers, 
members of the supervising 
staff and school nurses shall 
enter the service upon the 
minimum salary of their 
respective ranks, except as 
hereinafter provided. 

2 (a) If such teachers 
and members of the super- 
vising staff are receiving a 
salary equal to or in excess 
of the minimum salary of 
the rank to which they may 
be appointed, they shall be 
placed upon that year of the 
schedule which most nearly 
approaches, but is not less 
than the salary they are re- 
ceiving in a teaching posi- 
tion at the time of their 
appointment ; provided, that 
salaries may be based upon 
the regular annual compen- 
sation received in positions 
identical with or definitely 
related to the instruction 
which teachers are to give 
up to, but not in excess of 
the maximum of this salary 
schedule. 

2 (b) If school nurses are 
receiving a salary equal to 
or in excess of the minimum 
salary of the rank to which 
they may be appointed, they 
shall be placed upon that 
year of the salary schedule 
which most nearly ap- 
proaches but is not less than 
the salary they are receiv- 
ing at the time of appoint- 



ment, up to, but not in ex- 
cess of the maximum of this 
salary schedule. 

2 (c) Teachers and school 
nurses appointed to perma- 
nent service shall be placed 
upon that year of the salary 
schedule to which their 
years of permanent, per- 
manent substitute, and 
temporary service in the 
Boston public schools en- 
title them. For salary pur- 
poses, one hundred twenty 
(120) days within a school 
year shall be credited as one 
vear's teaching experience. 
SCHEDULE OF 
SALARIES FOR 
TEACHERS, MEMBERS 
OF THE SUPERVISING 
STAFF AND CERTAIN 
OTHERS 
1966-1967 School Year 
Boston School Committee 
Secretarv's Office 

1. ORDERED, That, in 
adopting this salary sched- 
ule the School Committee 
reserves the right, in the 
event that the General 
Court of Massachusetts 
does not grant the School 
Committee power to ap- 
propriate, or the Mayor and 
City Council of Boston do 
not appropriate, a sum suf- 
ficient in the opinion of the 
School Committee to pay in 
full the salaries specified 
in this salary schedule, to 
revise this salary sched- 
ule at any time between 
September 1, 1966, and Au- 
gust 31, 1967, both inclu- 
sive, by making reductions 
therein as would amount in 
effect to no more than the 
amount by which this salary 
schedule exceeds the salary 
schedule of September 1, 1965. 

2. ORDERED, That effec- 
tive September 1, 1966, the 
salaries of teachers, members 
of the supervising staff and 
others are hereby established 
for the school year September 
1, 1966 to August 31, 1967, 
inclusive, in accordance with 
the following schedule and 
subject to the following ad- 
justments or limitations: 

GROUP I 
RANKS 
Teachers 

Assistant Instructors 
Guidance Advisers 
Instructors 
Junior Masters 



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229 



Librarians 

Masters 

Senior Assist ants 

Senior Instructors 

Trade Assistants 

SALARY 

BACHELOR'S DEGREE! OR 

OTHER CERTIFICATION 

Minimum Annual Maximun? 

Increent 

$5500 $930? 

Step 1 6 (f8 $300 $5500 

2 2 (fi) $400 580? 

3 1 ©} $500 61 OP 

4 1 ® $700 640P 

5 670P 

6 700P 

7 7300 

8 770P 

9 s l fiP 

10 S60P 

11 930P 

MASTER'S DEGREE 
Provided That (1) The per- 
son holds a Master's De- 
gree granted in course 
prior to September 1, 
1958, or a Master's De- 
gree granted in course 
after said date by an edu- 
cational institution ap- 
proved my the School 
Committee ; 
Or (2) The person has 
served fifteen years un- 
der one of the following 
Certificates : 
Certificate IV — High 
School, or 

Certificate XI - • Spe- 
cial, Valid in Day 
High Schools, or 
Certificate XXVIII— 
Boston Business 
School, or 
Certificate XXXI— 
High School, Wom- 
en, or 
Certificate XXXI or 
XXXI-B— Day and 
Evening Industrial 
Schools, or 
Certificate XXXVI 
— School Librarian: 

Or (3) The person is now serving 
under Certificate XXXI. High 
School, Women, or Certificate 
XXXI or XXXI-B. Day and Eve- 
ning Industrial Schools and holds 
a Bachelor's Degree or is now 
serving under one of the Certifi- 
cates aforementioned in this 
clause after having served under 
Certificate XXX and has com- 
pleted in the aggregate fifteen 
years of service under said Cer- 
tificates. XXX, XXXI or XXXI- 
B; 

Or (4) The person is serving under 
Certificate IV — High School Mili- 
tary Science and holds in the 
armed forces of the United 
States the rank of Major or 
Lieutenant Commander or a 
higher rank; 

Or (5) The person is serving under 
Certificate XI — Special, Assistant 
Director of Music. 

Minimum Annual Maximum 

Increment 

S6000 $9800 

Step 1 6 (5) $300 $6000 

4 1 « $700 6900 

6 7500 

? 7800 



8 
9 

10 

MASTER'S 

Provided, That the re- 
quirements of Order 15 of 
this salary schedule are met. 



8200 
8000 

9100 
9800 

*30 HOURS 



$6250 

Step 1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 



1300 

<a $400 

(,< S500 
(2 $700 




$10,050 
U2.-.0 
6550 
6850 
7 1 50 
7450 
7750 
SO.Vl 
8450 
'- '-,50 
9350 
10,050 



Doctor's Degree 
Provided, That the re- 
quirements of Order 14 of 
this salary schedule are met. 



Minimum 

S6500 

Step 1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 



Annual 
Increment 



(a) $300 

@ $400 

@ $500 

@ $700 



Maximum 

$10,300 
$6500 
6800 
7100 
7400 
7700 
8000 
8300 
8700 
9100 
9600 
10,300 



GROUP 

Ranks 
Assistant Principals 
Division Foreman 
Division Heads 
Guidance Counselors 
Heads of Department 
Research Assistants 
School Adjustment Counse 

lors 
Shop Foreman 
Supervisors 
Teacher Coordinators 
Vocational Assistants 
Vocational Instructors 

SALARY 
Annual 
Increments 



Minimum 
$10,400 
Step 1 
Step 2 
Step 3 



2 @ $300 



Maximum 

$11,000 

$10,400 

10,700 

11,000 



Director: 

tions and 



Publica- 
Servic'.s 



GROUP 3 

RANKS 
Educational 
Informational 
Coordinators. 

SALARY 
$11,240 

GROUP 4-A 

Ranks 
Assistant in Charge 
'"Assistant Directors 
Shop Supervisors 

Salary 

Ratio 1.20 

*Except those Assistant 
tors listed in Groups 5-A and 6-A 

GROUP 4-B 

Ranks 
Assistant Head Masters 
Shop Superintendent 

Salary 

Ratio 1.30 

GROUP 5-A 
Ranks 
Assistant Director: 

Department of Compensa 
tory Services 



$11,760 
Direc- 



$12,740 



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Data Processing Center 
Department of Audio- Vis- 
ual Instruction 8. 
Salary 

Katio 1.32 — 11 months 512,936 

GROUP 5-B 
Ranks 
*Directors 

Salary 

Ratio 1.35 $13,230 

*Except those listed in 
Groups 3, 7 and 9. 
GROUP 6-A 
Ranks 
Assistant Directors: 
Apprenticeship and Jour- 
neyman Classes 
Manpower Development 
and Training Act, Sur- 
plus Government prop- 
erty 

Salary 

Ratio 1.425 —11 months $13,965 

GROUP 6-B 
Ranks 
Associate Director 
Salary 

Ratio 1.45 — 11 months $14,2I« 

GROUP 7 
Ranks 
Head Masters 
Principals 
Directors: 
Department of Audio-Vis- 
ual Instruction 
Department of Compensa- 
tory Services 
Data Processing Center 
Department of Kindergar- 
tens 
Department of Safety 
Department of Science 
Department of Statistics 
Department of Teacher 

Placement 
Department of Vocational 
Guidance 

Salary 

Ratio 1.50 — 11 months $14,700 

GROUP 8 

Ranks 
Examiners 

Salary 

Ratio 1.55 — 11 months $15,190 

GROUP 9 
Ranks 
Chief Examiner 
Directors 
Department of Physical 

Education 
Department of Adult Edu- 
cational and Recreation- 
al Activities 
Department of Vocational 
Education and Industri- 
al Arts 

Salary 

Ratio 1.60—11 months $15,680 

GROUP 10 
Ranks 
Personnel Relations Coor- 
dinator 
Administrative Assistants to 



the Superintendent 
Salary 

Ratio 1.70 — 11 months $16,660 

GROUP 11 

Ranks 

Provisional Teachers: $5,000 

per year 
Temporary Teachers: $21.00 

per day 
Provisional Teachers, kin- 
dergarten, one-session: 
$2,500 per year 

GROUP 12 

Rank 

Assistant Librarians 

Salary 

$6300 

GROUP 13 
Rank 
School Nurses — for a nurse 
holding a Bachelor's De- 
gree or other Certifica- 
tion. 

Salary 

Annual 

Minimum Increment Maximum 

$4980 $7860 

Step 1 8 @ $240 $4980 

Step 2 2 @ $480 5220 

3 5460 

4 5700 

5 5940 

6 6180 

7 6420 

8 6660 

9 6900 

10 7380 

11 7860 

Salary 
Provided that, The Person 
holds a Master's Degree 
granted in course prior to 
September 1, 1958, or a 
Master's Degree granted in 
course after said date by 
an educational institution 
approved by the School 
Committee 

Annual 

Minimum Increment Maximum 

$5460 $S340 

Step 1 8 <§> $240 $5460 

2 2 @ $480 5700 

3 5940 

4 6180 

5 6420 

6 6660 

7 6900 

8 7140 

9 7380 

10 7860 

11 8340 

GROUP 14 
Rank 
Department of School 
Health Services 5 Supervising 
Nurses 

Salary 
GROUP 15 
Rank 
Department of School 
Health Services: Chief Su- 
pervising Nurse 
Salary 
$9,340 

MISCELLANEOUS 
Latin and Day High Schools 
Teachers Specially Assigned 
To co-ordinators in state-aided 
cooperative industrial courses 
in day high school teacher 
es in day high schools, teach- 
er coordinator, practical 
nursing, Trade High School 
for Girls ; and division heads 



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in Boston Trade High School 
\n addition to the regular 
salary of their rank, per day 
of actual service during the 
summer term $25.00 

To teachers in agricultural 
courses In day high schools 
assigned to summer super- 
vision of agricultural pupil 
work, In addition to the 
regular salary of their rank, 
per day of actual service 
during the summer term $21.00 

To teachers In practical nurs- 
ing classes in Trade High 
School for Girls assigned to 
summer supervision of prac- 
tical nursing pupil work, in 
addition to the regular sal- 
ary of their rank, per day 
of actual service during the 
summer term $21.00 

DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL HEALTH 
SERVICES 
School Nurses Specially 
Assigned 
To the school nurse as- 
signed to the Certifi- 
cating Office, in add- 
ition to the regular 
salary of her rank, 
per year $288.00 

DEPARTMENT OF 
VOCATIONAL EDUCA- 
TION AND INDUSTRIAL 
ARTS 
Gardening 
Supervisors, per day $25.00 
Garden Assistants, per 

day $15.00 

Bus Driver to Woburn 
Gardens, per day $20.00 
DEPARTMENT OF 
SCIENCE 
Junior High School 
Maintenance Assist- 
ant, per year $6,571.56 
DEPARTMENT OF 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
Athletic Games and 
Contests 
Teachers and Others After 
Regular School Hours or on 
Other Than School Days 

Track 
Starter, per session $ 7.00 
Starter, Regimental 
Meet, District Meet, 
and Relay Carnival, 
per session $12.00 

Physician, per session $15.00 
Referee, Clerk of 
Course, Man ager, 
Clerk of Course, Man- 
ager, Scorer, per ses- 
sion $ 7.00 
Assistant Clerk of 
Course, Judges, Ti- 
mers, Dressing Room 
Guards, Ticket Sell- 
ers $ 6.00 
Press Boys, per hour $ 1.50 

Baseball 
Officials, per seven-in- 
ning game $12.00 
Officials, per nine-in- 
ning game 15.00 



Umpires, per seven-in- 
ning game 8.00 
Football 
Officials, Junior Var- 
sity, per game $15.00 
Officials, Varsity, per 

game 20.00 

Officials, Columbus 

Day, per game 35.00 

Officials, Veterans Day, 

per game 35.00 

Officials, Thanksgiving 

Day, per game 50.00 

Officials, Saturday, per 

game 25.00 

Physicians, per day 30.00 
Taper, per day 20.00 

Manager, per day 7.50 

Assistant Manager, per 
per day (Thanksgiv- 
ing Day) 6.00 
Dressing Room Guards, 

per day 6.00 

Attendants, Streetcars 

and Games, per day 6.00 
Press Boys, per hour 1.50 

Hockey 
Officials, per day $15.00 
Physicians, per day 20.00 
Manager, per day 7.00 

Dressing Room Guards, 

per day 6.00 

Goal Judges, per game 3.00 

Basketball 
Officials, class A school, 

per game $15.00 

Physicians, per day 15.00 
Umpires, per game 8.Q0 

Press Boys, per hour 1.50 

Golf 

Instructor, per day $10.00 

Teacher Coaches 
Teacher Coaches or 

Coaches in Latin and 

Day High School: 
Football, per day $14.00 

Other sports, per day 11.00 
Assistant Teacher 

Coaches in Latin and 

Day High Schools, 

per day 10.00 

Teacher Coaches, Junior 

High Schools per day 9.00 
Play Teachers, per day 9.00 
DEPARTMENT OF ADULT 

EDUCATIONAL AND 

RECREATIONAL 

ACTIVITIES 

Evening High Schools 
Principals, per hour $ 9.00 
First Assistant, per 

hour 7.00 

Assistants, per evening 

(three hours) 18.00 

Laboratory Assistants, 

per evening (three 

hours) 10.00 

Clerical Assistants, per 

evening (three hours) 10.00 



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Evening Trade School 
Principal, per hour $9.00 
First Assistant, per 

hour, 7.00 

Assistants, per evening 

(three hours) 18.00 

Clerical Assistants, per 

evening (three hours) 10.00 
Poolkeepers, per eve- 
ning (three hours) 4.00 

Evening Elementary Schools 
Principals, per hour S 9-00 

Supervisors, Division B. Class- 
es, per evening (three 
hours) 21.00 

*Supervisors, Division C. 
Classes, per evening (three 
hours) 21.00 

First Assistants, per hour 7.00 
Assistants, per evening (three 

hours) 18.00 

Clerical Assistants, per evening 

(three hours) 10.00 

Summer Review High Schools 
Principals, per hour $ 9.00 

First Assistants, per hour 7.00 

Assistants, per session (four 

hours) 24.00 

Clerical Assitants, per session 

(four hours) 13.00 

School Nurses, per session 

(four hours) 18.00 

Summer Review Junior High Schools 
Principals, per hour $ 9.00 

First Assistants, per hour 7.00 

Assistants, per session (three 

hours) 18.00 

Clerical Assistants, per ses- 
sion (three hours) 10.00 
School Nurses, per session 
(three hours) 13.50 
Day School for Immigrants 
Special Assistants, per session 

(2% hours) $10.50 

School Centers 
Managers, per session S21.00 

Special Manager, Home and 
School Association, per 
year $7,251.00 

Club Leaders, per session 13.00 

General Helpers, Matrons and 
Other Miscellaneus Workers, 
per session 11.00 

Special Manager for School 
Centers, per night (not to 
exceed 75 nights) 25.00 

Additional Use of School Premises 
Attendants, per session $11.00 

Attendants, gymnasium, per 
session 11.00 

2-A. ORDERED, that 
every person who, on Sep- 
tember 1, 1966, is serving in 
a rank specified in the fore- 
going salary schedule shall 
be placed on the minimum 
salary of his grouping; pro- 
vided, however, that the 
salary of no person shall be 
reduced; and provided fur- 
ther, that nothing herein 
contained shall be construed 
to deprive any person of 
salary increases provided 
by other orders to be passed 
this day, or in the following 
orders. 

2-B. ORDERED That 
during the school year end- 
ing August 31, 1967, teach- 
ers, members of the super- 
vising staff who on August 
31, 1966; shall not have 
reached the maximum sal- 
ary of their respective 
ranks, shall be advanced in 
accordance with the pro- 
visions of the regulations 



on their respective anniver- 
saries by the amount of the 
annual increment provided 
for in the foregoing sched- 
ule until the maximum of 
their respective ranks is 
reached; provided that the 
final increment shall be 
such as shall place the per- 
son upon the maximum sal- 
arv of his rank. 

2-C. ORDERED, That, ef- 
fective September 1, 1966, 
teachers and nurses appoint- 
ed heretofore or hereafter 
who obtain a master's de- 
gree granted in course be 
placed on the step of the 
higher schedule for teachers 
which is the same step they 
hold in the lower schedule 
for teachers. 

• 2-D. ORDERED, That, ef- 
fective September 1, 1966, 
all teachers, nurses and 
members of the supervising 
staff who on August 31, 
1966, were serving in the 
ranks listed in this salary 
schedule and who are below 
the maximum salary of the 
salary schedule adopted, be 
placed on that step to which 
their years of service in 
their group entitle them. 

2-E. ORDERED, That, ef- 
fective September 1, 1966, 
all teachers, nurses and 
members of the supervising 
sraff on maximum salary on 
August 31, 1966, shall be ad- 
vanced to the maximum 
salary of their respective 
groups. 

TEMPORARY 
EMPLOYEES 

3. ORDERED, That the 
compensation of the tem- 
porary employees listed be- 
low be established as indi- 
cated for the period Septem- 
ber 1, 1966 through August 
31, 1967. 

Day Elementary and Day Junior 

High Schools 
Teachers, instruction of phy- 
sically handicapped children, 
per 2% hour session (Not 
to exceed two sessions per 
day) $10.50 

Teachers. Classes in Lipread- 

ing, per 2% hour session 10.50 
(Not to exceed two ses- 
sions per day) 
Boston Vocational Technical 
Institute 
Technical Instructors, per hour $6.50 
Apprenticeship and Journeyman 

Classes 
First Assistants, per hour $ 7.50 
Instructors, per hour 6.50 

Assistant Instructor, per hour 3.00 
Clerical Assistant, per hour 4.00 
Toolkeepers, per hour 2.00 

Part-time Trade Preparatory 
Classes 
Instructor, per eight-hour ses- 
sion $36.00 
Toolkeeper, per three-hour ses- 
sion 6.00 



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Distributive Education 

Instructor, per one-hour ses- 
sion $ S.OO 
George Robert White Fund 
Stadium 

Laborers, per day $13.00 

Ticket Sellers Saturdays, Sun- 
days, holidays 10.50 
per day 7.00 

Ticket Takers Saturdays, Sun- 
days, holidays 8.50 
per day 6.50 

Matrons Saturdays, Sundays, 

holidays 8.50 

per day 6.50 

Dressing Room Guards, per 

day $ 6.00 

Head Cafeteria Attendants, per 
hour 2.00 

Cafeteria Attendants, per hour 1.50 

Auditor, per hour of overtime 
service 6.00 

Assistants to Auditor, per 
hour of overtime service 5.00 

Gardener, per hour of over- 
time service 

Storekeeper, per hour of over- 
time service 

Temporary Storekeeper, per 
hour 

Storeroom Helper, per hour of 
overtime service 3.00 

Clerk, per hour of overtime 
service 4.00 

Miscellaneous 

Conductors of city-wide music 
groups, per hour $ 9.00 

(Not to exceed 60 hours in 
one schol year) 

Assistant Conductors of city- 
wide music groups, per hour 7.00 
(Not to exceed 60 hours in 
one school year) 

Teachers employed after school 
hours in the instruction of 
speech and/or hearing handi- 
capped children, per hour of 
instruction 6.00 

(Not to exceed 5 hours per week) 

Teachers employed after school 
hours in the instruction of 
physically handicapped chil- 
dren, per one-hour session 6.00 
(Not to exceed two sessions 
per day) 

Assistant Librarians, per day 21.00 

Attendant, M. Gertrude Godvin 
School, per hour or fraction 
thereof (Not to exceed eight 
hours per day 1.50 

School Nurses and Others 

School Nurses, per day $19.00 

Testers of Vision and Hearing, 
per day 19.00 

Student Assistants and Toolkeepers 

Student Assistants, Mechanical 
Departments, High School, 
per day 

Student Assistant, Art or In- 
dustrial Departments, High 
Schools, per day $11.00 

Toolkeepers, High Schools, 

per day 15.00 

Pupil Assistants 

Pupil Laboratory Assistant, 
Latin and Day High Schools, 
per hour 

Pupil Shop Assistants, Day 
and Trade High Schools, per 
hour 

Pupil Readers to Former Pu- 
pils of Conservation of Eye- 
sight Classes Day High 
Schools, per hour $ 1.50 

4. ORDERED. That, for the 
year ending August 31, 1967, any 
person serving in the capacity of 
intern shall be paid a monthly 
salary of five hundred dollars 
($500.00). 

5. ORDERED, That, for the 
year ending August 31, 1967, 
any teacher or member of 
the supervising staff who 
may be designated by the 
Superintendent in accord- 
ance with the regulations to 
act in the position of a head 
master, assistant head mas- 
ter, shop superintendent, 
principal of a school or 
district, or of a director, as- 
sociate director, chief ex- 



aminer, o r supervising 
nurse, of a continuous period 
exceeding two weeks, shall 
be paid at the rate of fivp 
dollars (5.00) per day of 
service in addition to the 
regular salary of his rank. 
A teacher or member of 
the supervising staff who 
may be similarly designated 
to act in the position of as- 
sistant director; assistant 
in charge; supervisior, 
physically handicapped chil- 
dren, head of department; 
head instructor; coordina- 
tor; guidance counselor; di- 
vision head; division fore- 
man; assistant principal; 
assistant principal, special 
classes; shop foreman; or 
assistant supervising nurse 
shall be paid at the rate of 
two and a half dollars 
($2.50) per day for each day 
of service, in addition to the 
regular salary of his rank. 

6 ORDERED, That, for 
tiie year ending August 
31, 1967, any master, jun- 
ior master or teacher, Latin 
and Day High Schools, who 
may be designated by the 
Superintendent in accord- 
ance with the regulations as 
acting head of a depart- 
ment wherein there are not 
less than fifteen hundred 
pupil hours in foreign (in- 
cluding ancient) languages, 
taught by at least three 
teachers, whole or part time, 
or any other department 
wherein there are not less 
than two thousand pupil 
hours, taught by at least 
four teachers, whole or part 
time, shall be paid at the 
rate of two and a half dol- 
lars ($2.50) per day for each 
day of service, in addition to 
the regular salary of his 
rank. 

7. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967, any teacher who may 
be designated by the Super- 
intendent as teacher in 
charge of a building where 
there is no permanent as- 
sistant principal, assistant 
head master, head of depart- 
ment or coordinator or as 
teacher in charge of an ele- 
mentary unit in a junior 
high school, high school, or 
in an elementary school in a 
district not including such 
unit where there are at 
least four classes shall be 



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paid at the rate of two and 
one-half dollars ($2.50) per 
day for each day of service 
in addition to the regular 
salary of his rank; or any 
teacher assigned in charge of 
a high school annex shall be 
paid at the rate of six dol- 
lars ($6.00) per day for each 
day of service in addition to 
the regular salary of his 
rank; or any teacher des- 
ignated in charge of the Bos- 
ton Vocational Technical 
Institute shall be paid at 
the rate of ten dollars 
($10.00) per day for each 
day of service in addition to 
the regular salary of his 
rank; or any teacher ap- 
pointed or assigned to the 
Boston Vocational Technical 
Institute shall be paid at 
the rate of six dollars 
($6.00) per day for each 
day of service in addition to 
the regular salary of his 
rank. 

8. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967, the Superintendent is 
hereby authorized to fix the 
compensation of all persons 
giving lectures and improve- 
ment courses for teachers 
other than those whose com- 
pensation is fixed in the 
salary schedule for teachers 
and members of the super- 
vising staff, with the ap- 
proval of the School Com- 
mittee. 

9. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967, the Head Master; Shop 
Superintendent, Heads of 
Department; Guidance 
Counselor; Division Heads; 
Division Foreman and Per- 
manent teachers appointed 
or assigned for full-time ser- 
vice as classroom teachers at 
the Boston Trade School, 
shall be paid at the rate of 
five hundred dollars 
($500.00) per year in addi- 
tion to the regular salaries 
of their several ranks. 

10. ORDERED That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967, the Head Master; 
Heads of Department; 
Teacher Coordinator; Guid- 
ance Counselor, and perma- 
nent teachers appointed or 
assigned for full-time service 
as classroom teachers at' the 
Trade High School for 
Girls, shall be paid at the 
rate of five hundred dollars 



($500.00) per year in addi- 
tion to the regular salaries 
of their several ranks. 

11. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967, the Principal; Assist- 
ant Principal and permanent 
teachers appointed or as- 
signed for full-time service 
as classroom teachers in the 
Horace Mann School for the 
Deaf and the Director; As- 
sistant Director; Supervisor 
of Handicraft; Guidance Ad- 
viser, and permanent teach- 
ers appointed or assigned 
for full-time service as class- 
room teachers in the De- 
partment of Special Classes, 
and approved by the State 
Department of Education, 
shall be paid at the rate 
of five hundred dollars 
($500.00) per year in addi- 
tion to the regular salary 
of their several ranks. 

12. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967, the Principal; Assist- 
ant Principal and permanent 
teachers appointed or as- 
signed for full-time service 
at the M. Gertrude Godvin 
School shall be paid at the 
rate of five hundred dollars 
($500.00) per year in addi- 
tion to the regular salary 
of their several ranks. 

13. ORDERED, That, 
Francis J. Harrigan and 
Francis Tobin, Trade In- 
structors, Boston Trade 
High School, and Albert J. 
Pfau, Cooperative Instruc- 
tor, Hyde Park High School, 
formerly shop foremen, De- 
partment of Vocational Ed- 
ucation and Industrial Arts, 
effective September 1, 1966 
shall receive the same salary 
as shop foremen. 

14. ORDERED, That, an 
increment of five hundred 
dollars ($500.00) be granted 
to those teachers who pos- 
sess earned doctorate de- 
grees from institutions of, 
higher learning accredited 
by the School Committee of 
the City of Boston. 

15. ORDERED, That, an 
increment of two hundred 
and fifty dollars ($250.00) 
be granted to those teachers 
in Groups 1 and 2, who pos- 
sess a master's degree and 
have earned a total of (30) 
additional graduate credits 
prior to September 1, 1966 
from an institution of higher 
learning accredited by the 



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School Committee of the 
City of Boston. 

16. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967, all teachers assigned 
to work for ten days (10) in 
the Office of Date Process- 
ing during the summer sea- 
son be paid at the rate of 
five percent (5%) of their 
basic salary. 

17. ORDERED, That 
Michael Lascarbeau, co- 
operative instructor, Brigh- 
ton High School, be paid ef- 
fective September 1, 1966, 
a temporary salary increase 
of three hundred seventy- 
eight dollars and sixty cents 
($378.60) for the month of 
September, 1966, only. 

18. ORDERED, That each 
person assigned to the De- 
partment of Vocational Ed- 
ucation and Industrial Arts 
as supervisor of Manpower 
Development and Training 
Classes shall be paid at the 
rate of eight ($8.00) per 
hour not to exceed fifteen 
hundred (1,500) hours per 
year in lieu of their regu- 
lar salary. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Schedule of Salaries for 
Teachers, Members of the 
Supervising Staff and Cer- 
tain Others, for the 1965- 
1966 School year, be 
amended as follows: 

Under Temporary Em- 
ployees, George Robert 
White Fund S t a d i u m — 
Change the hourly rate of 
pay for Cafeteria Attend- 
ants to $2.00. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Business Manager be di- 
rected to reserve sufficient 
funds from the general 
school purposes statutory 
appropriation of $46,430,788. 
to pay for the cost of the 
salary increases granted by 
the School Committee on 
June 22, 1966, to be effective 
July 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



YEAS • ■ Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS — 

NOT VOTING— Mr. Lee 
—1 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the an- 
nual salaries of the follow- 
ing-named positions be es- 
taolisned as indicated to 
take effect September 1, 
1966: 
Superintendent of 

Schools— $30,000 

Deputy Superintendent 

of Schools— $23,000 

Business Manager— $23,000 
Associate 

Superintendent— $21,000 
Assistant 

Superintendent— $16,660 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following wt_ offered: 

ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary of the Schoolhouse Cus- 
todian be established at the 
rate of $13,865 per year to 
take effect September 1. 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary of the Chief Structural 
Engineer be established at 
the rate of $18,000 per year 
to take effect September 1, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary grade of the Adminis- 
trative Assistants to Com- 
mitteemen be established at 
#23 and that the employees 
holding that title be placed 
on the maximum salary of 
the rank, to take effect July 
1, 1966. 



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On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the po- 
sition of Supervisor of Con- 
struction, Salary Grade 29, 
be established to take effect 
July 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Joseph 
A. Hingston, Supervisor of 
School Furniture, be tempo- 
rarily transferred to the po- 
sition of Supervisor of Con- 
struction and that he be 
placed on the maximum sal- 
ary of the rank, to take ef- 
fect July 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing rates be established 
for reporting and tran- 
scribing proceedings of the 
School Committee, to take 
effect Sept. 1, 1966: 
Original, per page — $1.15 
Copy, per page — .40 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That each 
permanent Civil Service em- 
ployee be granted additional 
compensation at the rate of 
ten dollars ($10) per week, 
to take effect Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS - Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 



The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Schedule of Salaries for 
Teachers, Members of the 
Supervising Staff and Cer- 
tain Others, for the School 
Year 1965-1966, be amended 
as follows: 

Under Miscellaneous, 
Department of Science — 
change salary of Junior High 
School Maintenance Assist- 
ant to read "$7,093.56". 

Department of Adult Edu- 
cational and Recreational 
Activities — change salary 
of Special Manager, Home 
and School Association, to 
read "$8,000". 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
and O'Connor— 4 

NAYS — Mr. Eisenstadt 
—1 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary of the Deputy Business 
Manager be established at 
the rate of $15,000 per year 
to take effect Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary of the Secretary to 
School Committee be estab- 
lished at the rate of $14,800 
per year to take effect Sept. 
1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary grades of the positions 
listed below be established 
as indicated and that the 
persons in those positions be 
placed on that step of the 
compensation plan to which 
their years of service entitle 
them, to take effect Sept. 
1, 1966: 
Assistant Secretary to 

School Committee — 32 



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237 



Assistant Schoolhouse 

Custodian — 32 

Principal Assistant — 30 
Budget Analyst — 30 

Chief Storekeeper — 28 
Head Buyer — 27 

Senior Accountant — 27 
Head Cashier — 26 

Assistant Chief 

Storekeeper — 25 

Stores Control 

Inspector — 24 

Head Account Clerk 

(Payroll) — 23 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Paul W. 
Mooney. Senior Structural 
Engineer, be placed on the 
maximum salary of his rank, 
to take effect Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
rank: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Katha- 
rine G. Murray, Administra- 
tive Secretary, be assigned 
as Administrative Assistant 
to School Committeeman, to 
take effect July 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
compensation of temporary 
Cafeteria Attendants be es- 
tablished at the rate of two 
dollars ($2) per hour, to 
take effect Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

ELECTION OF 
ASSISTANT 
SUPERINTENDENTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
22, 1966, respectfully pre- 



senting, under the provisions 
of Chapter 208 of the Acts 
of 196b, the nomination of 
Alice P. Casey, as Assistant 
Superintendent for a term of 
one year beginning Sept. 1, 
1966. 

The Secretary was di- 
rected to call the roll and 
the members as their names 
were called, respectively 
stated that they voted as 
follows: 

Mrs. Hicks — Miss Casey 
Mr. Lee — Miss Casey 
Mr. McDonough — Miss 
Casey 

Mr. O'Connor — Miss 
Casey 

Mr. Eisenstadt — Miss 
Casey 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
22, 1966, respectfully pre- 
sented, under the provisions 
of Chapter 208 of the Acts 
of 1965, the nomination of 
William L. Cannon, as As- 
sistant Superintendent for a 
term of two years beginning 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

The Secretary was di- 
rected to call the roll and 
the members as their names 
were called, respectively 
stated that they voted as 
follows : 

Mrs. Hicks — Mr. Cannon 

Mr. Lee — Mr. Cannon 

Mr. McDonough — Mr. 
Cannon 

Mr. O'Connor — Mr. Can- 
non 

Mr. Eisenstadt — Mr. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
22, 1966, respectfully pre- 
senting, under the provisions 
of Chapter 208 of the Acts 
of 1965, the nomination of 
William T. Miller, as Assist- 
ant Superintendent for a 
term of three years, begin- 
ning Sept. 1, 1966. 

The Secretary was di- 
ercted to call the roll and 
the members as their names 
were called, respectively 
stated that they voted as 
follows : 

Mrs. Hicks — Mr. Miller 

Mr. Lee — Mr. Miller 

Mr. McDonough — Mr. 
Miller 

Mr. O'Connor — Mr. 
Miller 

Mr. Eisenstadt — Mr. 
Miller 



238 



JUNE 20, 1966 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
22, 1966, respectfully pre- 
senting, under the provisions 
of Chapter 208 of the Acts 
of 1965, the nomination of 
Florence M. Hawkins, as As- 
sisaant Superintendent for a 
term of four years beginning 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

The Secretary was di- 
rected to call the roll and 
the members as their names 
were called, respectively 
stated that they voted as 
follows : 

Mrs. Hicks — Miss Haw- 
kins 

Mr. Lee — Miss Hawkins 

Mr. McDonough — Miss 
Hawkins 

Mr. O'C o n n o r — Miss 
Hawkins 

Mr. Eisenstadt — Miss 
Hawkins 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
22, 1966, respectfully pre- 
senting, under the provisions 
of Chapter 208 of the Acts 
of 1965, the nomination of 
Thomas B. McAuliffe, as As- 
sistant Superintendent for a 
term of five years beginning 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

The Secretary was di- 
rected to call the roll and 
the members as their names 
were called, respectively 
stated that they voted as 
follows : 

Mrs. Hicks — Mr. Mc- 
Auliffe 

Mr. Lee — Mr. McAuliffe 

Mr. McDonough — Mr. 
McAuliffe 

Mr. O'Connor — Mr. Mc- 
Auliffe 

Mr. Eisenstadt — Mr. Mc- 
Auliffe 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
22, 1966, respectfully pre- 
senting, under the provisions 
of Chapter 208 of the Acts 
of 1965, the nomination of 
Gertrude F. O'Donnell, as 
Assistant Superintendent for 
a term of six years beginning 

The Secretary was di- 
rected to call the roll and 
the members as their names 
were called, respectively 
stated that they voted as 
follows : 

Mrs. Hicks — Mr. O'Don- 
nell 

Mr. Lee — Mr. O'Donnell 

Mr. Mc D o n o u g h— Mr. 
O'Donnell 

Mr. O'C o n n o r — Mr. 
O'Donnell 

Mr. Eisenstadt — Mr. 
O'Donnell 



CUSTODIAN, 

EXTENSION OF 

SICK LEAVE 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That Patrick 
J. Delaney, Junior Building 
Custodian, be granted an ex- 
tension of sick leave without 
loss of pay for a period of 
thirty days from June 20, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 



The Committee adjourned. 

Attest: 

EDWARD J. WINTER 

Secretary 



City of Boston 
Pbintinq «^^» Section 



JUNE 30, 1966 



239 



CITY OF BOSTON 
Proceedings of School Committee 

June 30, 1966 
A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston at 
2:30 p. m., and adjourned 
at 3:12 p. m., the Chairman 
presiding. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, Mes- 
srs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

A conference of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston was held in 
the Administration Build- 
ing at 3:13 p. m., and 
adjourned at 5:30 p. m. 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meetings 
listed below be amended as 
follows as indicated: 

May 26, 1966— Under ap- 
pointments from the eligible 
list. Department of Home 
Economics, Ann M. Fon- 
taine, teacher of clothing, 
junior high, should read: 
Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School — teacher, high school. 

June 13, 1966— Under ap- 
pointments from the eligible 
list, Oliver Wendell Holmes 
Junior High School, Kath- 
leen M. Connelly, teacher, 
junior high, should read: 
Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School — teacher, high 
school. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

' NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
May 26, 1966, be amend- 
ed as follows: 

Under Appointments from 
the Eligible List, Under 
Title I— Hugh O'Brien Dis- 
trict — Renata Reichalt Jo- 
seph, teacher of art ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 



should read "James P. T;m- 
illy Junior High School." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
June 2, 1966, be amended 
as follows: 

Under Appointments from 
the Eligible List — Instruc- 
tion of Physically Handi- 
capped Children — Eileen 
Donovan Hayes, teacher, — 
should read "from teacher, 
primary, Prince District." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS— 

RESIGNATIONS 

A communication as re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting the 
resignations of the follow- 
ing-named teachers, to take 
effect on the dates stated: 

East Boston High School 
— Martha S. Flamm, teach- 
er, high school, Aug. 31, 
1966. 

Hyde Park High School- 
Patricia J. McArdle, teach- 
er, high school, Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Blackinton — John Cheve- 
rus District — Maureen All- 
man, teacher, primary, May 
30, 1966. 

Accepted. 

RETIREMENT ON 
PENSION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 
1966, reporting the retire- 
ment from active service of 
the following-named mem- 
bers of the State-Boston Re- 
tirement System, to take ef- 
fect June 30, 1966, as certi- 
fied by the Boston Retire- 
ment Board: 

Department of Elemen- 
tary Supervision — Joanna T. 
Daly, director. 



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Boston Technical High 
School — Louis A. Van Ham, 
head of department. 

Boston Latin — Cyril J. 
Neville, guidance counselor. 

Girls' Latin School— Flor- 
ence M. Fischer, teacher, 
high school. 

Boston Trade High School 
—Edward W. Dixon, trade 
instructor; Howard W. 
Lloyd,, trade instructor; 
George W. MacNeill, division 
foreman. 

Dorchester High School — 
Peter F. Kean, master. 

English High School- 
William L. Hughes, master. 

Girls' High School— Rob- 
ert F. Denvir, junior master; 
Raymond J. Gemmel, junior 

Hyde Park High School — 
Charles J. Keelon, head 
master. 

Jamaica Plain High 
School— Louise P. O'Malley, 
teacher, high school. 

Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School for Girls — Dorothy L. 
McEnamy, head master. 

Roslindale High School — 
Charlotte L. Adams, head of 
department; Marie C. Flan- 
nelly, teacher, high school. 

South Boston High School 
— Isabelle G. Chilton, teach- 
er, high school; Bertha W. 
Johnson, industrial instruc- 
tor. 

Trade High School for 
Girls— Dorothy H. Shurt- 
leff, senior assistant. 

Abraham Lincoln-Quincy 
District — Judith Oliva, 
teach jr, elementary, Eliza- 
beth K. Ladrigan, teacher, 
special class. 

Agassiz District — Char- 
lotte A. Ferry, teacher, kin- 
dergarten. 

Bigelow District — Mary 
A. O'Connell, Marguerite A. 
Wiles, teachers, elementary. 
Chapman District — Mary 
R. Crouse, Florence C. 
Cunningham, teachers, ele- 
mentary. 

Charles Summer District 
— Margaret H. Hanigan, 
teacher, primary; Pauline F. 
Shea, teacher, kindergarten. 
Christopher Gibson Dis- 
trict — Pauline M. Halpin, 
teacher, elementary, 

Dillaway District — Helen 
M. Nolan, assistant princi- 
pal. 

Dudley District — Florence 
R. Carry, teacher, elemen- 
tary. 



Dwight District — Dorothy 
E. Newton, teacher, elemen- 
tary. 

Edmund P. Tileston Dis- 
trict — Isabel E. Evanson, 
teacher, elementary, 

Frank V. Thompson 
School — Ann E. Carnes, 
teacher, elementary. 
Hart - Gaston - Perry Dis- 
trict — A. Theresa Skierski 
teacher, elementary. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict — Mary L. O'Neil, 
teacher, kindergarten. 

Jefferson District— Mary 
J. Burke, teacher, elemen- 
tary. 

John A. Andrew District 
— Anna J. Chapman, teach- 
er, elementary. 

Longfellow District — 
Margaret Hayes Gibbons, 
teacher, elementary. 

Mary E. Curley Junior 
High School— Mary C. But- 
ler, assistant principal. 

Mary Hemenway District 
—Ruth I. Byrne, teacher, 
elementary. 

Mather District— Marion 
E. Rafferty, teacher, ele- 
mentary. 

M' jhelangelo - Eliot - Han- 
cock District — Bessie F. 
Crimmins, teacher, elemen- 
tary. . 

Thomas Gardner District 
— Edythe M. McKelligett, 
assistant principal. 

Mather District — Dons 
S. Kennedy, teacher, ele- 
mentary. 

Michelangelo - Eliot - Han- 
cock District — Xatherine 
M. Urich, teacher. 

Minot District — Marie 
Russell, Dorothy H. Terry, 
teachers, elementary. 

Norcross District — Helen 
I. Shaw, teacher, elemer- 
tary. 

Patrick T. Campbell 
Junior High School— Mary 
C. A. Cleary, teacher, junior 
high. 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
High School— Marjorie I. 
A. Lynch, teacher, junior 
high. 

Patrick Lyndon District 
— Marguerite L. Leonard, 
Evangeline C. Sweeney, 
teachers, kindergarten. 
Rice-Franklin District — 
Honora G. Lynch, Muriel 
M. Page, teachers, junior 
high. 

Robert Gould Shaw Jr. 
High — Dorothy Hainan, 
teacher, junior high. 



JUNE 30, 1966 



241 



Robert Treat Paine Dis- 
trict— Violo C. Soelle, Elsie 
V. Soelle, teachers, elemen- 
tary. 

Thomas Gardner District 
— E. Marie Dooley, teacher, 
special class; Jean P. How- 
ell, teacher, elementary. 

Washington Irving Junior 
High School — Ida Hackett, 
teacher, junior high; Mary 
I. MacGibbon, teacher, spe- 
cial class. 

William Barton Rogers 
Junior High School — Jose- 
phine M. O'Neil, teacher, 
junior high. 

William E. Russell Dis- 
trict — Bertha R. Doyle, 
teacher, elementary. 

William Howard Taft 
Junior High — Esther L. A, 
Moscatelli, teacher, junior 
high. 

Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School — Helen A. 
O'Brien, teacher, special 
class. 

Department of Home 
Economics - Adelaide R. 
Becker, Marion A. Clarkson, 
Edith Ridlon, teachers of 
clothing, elementary; Mary 
A. Scanlon, Mary C. Walsh, 
teachers of foods, junior 
high; Josephine Whalen, 
teacher of clothing, junior 
high. 

Department of Vocational 
Education and Industrial 
Arts — Joseph J. Assmus, 
Harold J. Lawler, John P. 
Sweeney, George C. Todd, 
shop foreman. 

Department of Music Ed- 
ucation — Michael A Famig- 
lietti, master. 

Department of Physical 
Education — Catherine T. 
Burns, teacher, high school, 
physical education; Mary T. 
Gibbons, assistant director, 
women. 

Instruction of Physically 
Handicapped Children — 
Charity M. Toland, perma- 
nent substitute teacher; 
Mary H. Stroup, supervisor. 
Department of School 
Health services — Margue- 
rite L. Carney, school nurse. 
Department o f Speech 
and Lipreadin^ Services — 
Hyacinth A. Kenneally, Rita 
M. Sherry, teachers. 
Placed on file 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, uader date of June 
30, 1966, reporting the re- 



tirement from active service 
of the following-named vet- 
erans, who have been re- 
tired under the provisions 
of Chapter 32 oi the General 
Laws, as amended: 

John A. Andrew District 

-Edward J. Gill, Principal, 
June 30, 1966, $8112.00 per 
annum. 

Boston Latin School- 
Daniel J. Shea, Master, 
$3980.42 per annum. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting the re- 
tirement from active serv- 
ice of the following-named 
member of the State-Bos- 
ton Retirement System, in 
accordance with the provi- 
sions of Section 7 of Chap- 
ter 32, to take effect June 
30, 1966, as certified by the 
Boston Retirement Board: 

Chapman School — James 
A. Mullen, senior building 
custodian. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting the re- 
tirement from active serv- 
ice of the following-named 
veteran, who has been re- 
tired under the provisions 
of Chapter 32 of the Gen- 
eral Laws, as amended: 

Thomas A. Edison Junior 
High School - - William F. 
Mahoney, principal, June 30, 
1966, $5817.93 per annum. 

Placed on file. 

BY PROMOTION 

Department of Elemen- 
tary Supervision — Marion J. 
Fahey, Director, (from Asst. 
Director, Dept. of Teacher 
Placement) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Department of Physical 
Education — Virginia M. 
Arnold, Assistant Director 
(from Supervisor of Phys- 
ical Education, elementary, 
Dept. of Physcial Educa- 
tion) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Department of Physical 
Education — Frederick J. 
Gillis, Supervisor, (from 
Junior Master, Dept. of 
Physical Education) Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Girls' High School— Mary 
A. Consodine, Head Master 
(from Asst. Head Master, 



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Girls' High School) Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Hyde Park High School- 
David E. Rosengard, Head 
Master, (from Asst. Head 
Master, Girls' Latin School) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jamaica Plain High School 
— Joseph F. Callahan, Head 
Master, (from Asst. Head 
Master, Hyde Park High 
School) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School — Charles Kaner, 
Head Master, (from Asst. 
Head Master, Boston Tech- 
nical High School) Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Clarence R. Edwards, Ju- 
nior High School — John T. 
Prince, Principal (from 
Asst. Principal, Bigelow Dis- 
trict) Sept. 1, 1966. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — Thomas F. 
Kennedy, Principal (from 
Asst. Principal, John F. 
Kennedy District) Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — William 
F. Hennessey, Principal, 
(from Asst. Principal, Mar- 
tin District) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Solomon Lewenberg Jun- 
ior High School — Luke A. 
Petrocelli, Principal, (from 
Asst. Principal, Oliver Wen- 
dell Holmes Junior High 
School) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Bigelow District — Ralph 
M. DiMattia, Principal, 
(from Asst. Principal, Mi- 
not District) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Chapman District — M. 
Margaret Dargan, Principal, 
(from Asst. Principal, Ben- 
nett District) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Christopher Gibson Dis- 
trict—Marie G. A. Ryan, 
Principal, (from Asst. Prin- 
cipal). 

Dearborn District — Gladys 
S. Wood, Principal, (from 
Asst. Director, Dept of 
Teacher Placement) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

John A. Andrew District — 
Anne L. O'Neill, Principal, 
(from Asst. Principal, Phil- 
lips Brooks District) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

John Winthiop District — 
Louise M. Mc^oy, Principal, 
(from Asst. Director, Dept. 
of Teacher Placement) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School for Girls — Ruth B. 
Dowd, head of department 



(from teacher, high school, 
Dorchester High School), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dept. of Vocational Edu- 
cation and Industrial Arts — 
John I. Barr, shop forman 
(from shop instructor) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Samuel Draisen, shop fore- 
man (from shop instructor) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

James L. Mahoney, shop 
forman (from shop instruc- 
tor) Sept. 1, 1966. 

George E. Willard, shop 
foreman (from shop instruc- 
tor) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Mrs. Hicks: Yes. 

Mr. Lee: Yes. 

Mr. McDonough: Yes. 

Mr. O'Connor: I am de- 
lighted to approve all the 
wonderful people who are 
coming up here. It is an ad- 
vancement for these very 
excellent people, many of 
whom I have known for 
many, many years, and I 
certainly think it is a great 
tribute to our system to 
have such fine people going 
to administer our schools. I 
vote "Yes". 

Mr. Eisenstadt: Yes. 

(FROM THE 
ELIGIBLE LIST) 

Boston Business School — 
Lorraine A. Esterhill, teach- 
er ($6300 anniversary date 
Sept.l) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dorchester High School — 
Barbara T. Callender, teach- 
er, high school (from teach- 
er, junior high school, Pat- 
rick T. Campbell Jr. High) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

English High School — 
James J. Rowley, junior 
master ($6100 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School for Girls — Gerard G. 
Sullivan, junior master, 
($6300— anniv. date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

South Boston High School 
— Florence Moody Hayes, 
teacher, high school, (from 
teacher of clothing, jr. high, 
Dept. of Home Economics) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Patricia Connor Malloy, 
teacher, high school (from 
teacher of foods, Dept. of 
Home economics), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Trade High School for 
Girls — Eileen, M. Foley, 
Teacher, high school Cert. 



JUNE 30, 1966 



243 



XXXI ($5500— anniversary 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Anne E. Leonard, teacher, 
high school ($6100— anniv. 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Boston Latin School — 
Samuel Greenwald, junior 
master, ($9100 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Boston Technical High 
School — Mary J. Memmolo, 
teacher, high school ($5800 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

George I. Goverman — Ju- 
nior master, ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Brighton High School — 
Maryellen Snyder Lowe, 
teacher, high school, ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Elise Nolan Garvey, teach- 
er, high school, ($9800— an- 
niversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

East Boston High School 
i — Ruth P. Weinberg, teach- 
er, high school, ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hyde Park High School 
— James F. Walsh, junior 
master ($5800 — annivers- 
ary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

South Boston High School 
■ — Irving L. Lee, junior 
master (from teacher, ele- 
mentary Phillips Brooks 
Dist.) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Trade High School for 
Girls — Madeleine Bernier 
Dunlay, teacher, high 
school ($5800 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Elaine Remillard Rubas- 
zko, teacher, high school 
($5800 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Elsie Syliva Santos, 
teacher, high school ($5800 
— anniversary date Sept. 
1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Bennett District — Sandra 
S. Litvin, teacher, special 
class ($5500 — anniversary- 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Bigelow District — Susan 
M. Friedman, teacher, ele- 
mentary IV- VI, ($5800— an- 
niversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Elizabeth Teaffe Fitzpat- 
rick, teacher, primary, 
($9300— anniv. date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jeanne M. Gemmel, teach- 
er, primary, ($5500 — anni- 



versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Charles Sutner District- 
Joy A. Martin, teacher, spe- 
cial class, ($5500— anniver- 
sary date Sept. lj, Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Frances Pearl Schaffer, 
teacher, kindergarten ($8100 
—anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Christopher Gibson Dis- 
trict — Carolyn M. Kelley. 
teacher, primary ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hannah B. Schneeberg, 
teacher, primary ( $5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Clarence R. Edwards 
Junior High School — Vir- 
ginia A. Ackley, teacher, 
special class ($5500 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dearborn District — Char- 
lene Haas Smythe, teacher, 
primary, ($5800 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Dudley-Hyde Everett Dis- 
trict — Carolyn J. Harris, 
teacher, primary. ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dwight District — Mary T. 
Kellv, teacher, elementary 
IV- VI ($5500— anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dorothy M. Sheehy, teach- 
er, elementary IV- VI ($8600 
— anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Edmund P. Tileston Dis- 
trict — Ann M. Connolly, 
teacher, elementary IV- VI, 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Ellis Mendell District— 
Philomena Catinella Smith, 
teacher, kindergarden, 

(6400 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Frank V. Thompson 
School — Everlena Russell 
Mitchell, teacher of Art, jr. 
high, ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hart-Gaston-Perry Dist. — 
Christina D. Clarke, teacher, 
elementary IV- VI ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Harvard District Pamela 
H. Strong teacher, elemen- 
tary IV- VI ($6100— anni- 
versary date Sept. 1) Sept. 
1. 1966, 



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Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict— Hazelle D. Pitters 
teacher, reading (from 
teacher, elementary, Wil- 
liam Lloyd Garrison Dis- 
trict) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hugh O'Brien District — 
Dorothy M. Brassil, teach- 
er, primary, ($5500— anni- 
versary date Sept. 1) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — Janet A. Cum- 
mings, teacher, junior high 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jo-Ann Oberstein, teach- 
er, special class, ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

John Winthrop District, 
— Sandra Glassman Cohen, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jacqueline Miller, teach- 
er, primary, ($5500— anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Esther M. Fitzpatrick 
teacher, elementary rV-VI 
($6600 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Joseph H. Barnes Junior 
High School Constance 
Lyons Olson teacher, junior 
high ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 
Martin District— Paula C. 
Snyder, teacher, kindergar- 
ten, ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1,1966. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes 
Junior High School — Joan- 
na Raftes Piantes, teacher, 
junior high ($5800— anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Patrick T. Campbell 
Junior High School, Susan 
Geller Rosefielde, teacher, 
junior high ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
High School— Walter Piatt, 
teacher, special class ($5800 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Patrick T. Campbell 
Junior High School— Mary 
L. Holman, teacher, special 
class ($6100 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 
Paul A. Dever District — 
Lorraine A. Skinner, teach- 
er, primary, ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 



Rice - Franklin District — 
Carol A. Flaherty, teacher, 
special class ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Solomon Lewenberg Jun- 
ior High School — John M. 
Hogan, teacher, junior high 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Lillian Tate Rackliff, 
teacher, junior high (from 
teacher, junior high, Dept. 
of Phys. Education), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Thomas Gardner Dist. — 
Leo J. Raftery, teacher, 
special class ($6000 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

William Howard T a f t 
Junior High School — Elea- 
nor T. Doherty, teacher, 
junior high ($6100— anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Diane F. Lakey, teacher 
junior high (5800 — an- 
niversary date (Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dept. of Home Economics 
— Bernadette Beatty Leber, 
teacher of foods, junior 
high ($5800 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Grace M. Shea, teacher 
of foods, junior high ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Department of Vocational 
Education and Industrial 
Arts — Thomas J. Agathopou- 
los Shop instructor ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Thomas A. Gormley, Shop 
instructor ($5800— anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Dearborn District — Philip 
R. Dushku, teacher, elemen- 
tary, ($5800 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Margery H. Feldman, 
teacher, primary, ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Brenda C. Webster, teach- 
er, elementaray ($5500 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Dillaway District — Mary 
C. Moroney, teacher, pri- 
mary ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Elihu Greenwood District 
— James M. Galvin, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5800— 
anniversary date, Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 



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245 



Emily A. Fifield District 
—Maureen S. Clark, teach- 
er, primary, ($5800 -anni- 
versary date, Sept. 1) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Daniel J. Connolly, teach- 
er, elementary ($5800 — 
anniversary date, Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Frank V. Thompson 
School — Claire M. Hagerty, 
teacher, junior high ($5800 
— anniversary date, Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Paula M. Howes, teacher, 
primary, ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date, Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Josephine Plovnick, Guid- 
ance adviser, ($6000 — anni- 
versary date, Sept. 1) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Grover Cleveland Junior 
High School, Urve Virmastu 
Guidance adviser, ($6600 — 
anniversary date, Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Henry Grew District — Pa- 
tricia Burns Conners, teach- 
er, primary, ($6100 — anni- 
versary date, Sept. 1) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict — Mary J. Drinkwater, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
($5800 — anniversary date, 
Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

James A. Garfield Dis- 
trict — Mary R. Stapleton, 
teacher, primary ($5800 an- 
niversary date, Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jefferson District — Robert 
E. Penta, teacher, elemen- 
tary IV-VI, ($5800— anni- 
versary date, Sept. 1) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

John A. Andrew District 
— Mary E. Petrone, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI, ($5500— 
anniversary date, Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

John Marshall District — 
Margaret Osborne, teacher, 
primary $5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

John Winthrop District 
— Judith A. Sweeney, 
teacher, primary ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Longfellow District — 
James McGrane, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Martin District — Eliza- 
beth V. Baublis, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 



Sept. 1, 1966. 

Kathleen R. Reed, teach- 
er, primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Mather District Jane 

G. Shuster, teacher, special 
class ($5500 - ■ anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Mary Hemenway District 

— Rena M. Keller, teacher, 

elementary IV-VI ($5500— 

anniversary date Sept. 1), 

Sept. 1, 1966. 

Michelangelo-E 1 i o t-Han- 
cock D i s t r i c t — Margaret 
Lafferty Tregenza, teacher, 
special class ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept.) Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes 
Junior High School — Flor- 
ence M. Dodge, teacher, jun- 
ior high ($5500— anniversary 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Harvey S. Horwitz, Guid- 
ance adviser (from teacher, 
junior high, Washington Irv- 
ing Junior High School) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
High School — G 1 o r i a E. 
Pathiakis, teacher, junior 
high ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Paul A. Dever District — 
Judith Ann Kenney, teach- 
er, primary ($6700 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Prince Dictrict — Susan 
Schulman Kirschenbaum, 
teacher, primary ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Robert Treat Paine Dis- 
trict — Ruth Molta, teacher, 
kindergarten ($5500 — anni- 
versary dat- Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Roger Wolcott — Phyllis 
V. Tentoni, teacher, special 
class ($910( — anniversary 
date Sept. ) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Washington Irving Junior 
High School — James M. Mc- 
Niff, teacher, junior high 
school, ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1) , Sept. 1, 1966. 

Francis X. Ridge, teacher, 
junior high (from Master, 
Dept. of Music Education (, 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — Jacqueline Garner 
Scott teacher, primary. 
($5800 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

William E. Russell Dis- 
trict — John P. Hennessey 
teacher, special class ($6100 



246 



JUNE 30, 1966 



— anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Instruction of Physically 
Handicapped Children — 
Catherine Curley Garvin 
teacher ($5500) — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Laura Waitz Machlin 
teacher ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Patricia C. Quinn teacher 
(from teacher, junior high, 
Abraham Lincoln - Quincy 
District) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Rita Scanlon Rinella, 
teacher ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Constance Gough Stohn, 
teacher, ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 
1966. 

FROM THE ELIGIBLE 
LIST 

(Under Title I-ESEA- 

Project 6-035-004 

Enrichment Program for 

Elementary, Junior High 

and Senior High Schools) 

Clarence R. Edwards, Jun- 
ior High School, Margaret 
M. Dennison, teacher, re- 
medial reading (from teach- 
er, elementary, William 
Lloyd Garrison District) , 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dillaway District — Janet 
P. Bergman, teacher, ele- 
mentary IV- VI ($5500— an- 
niversary date Sept 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dwight District — Mildred 
Thomas Doyle, teacher, 
primary ($7300 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Joan C. Piatt, teacher, 
primary ($6400 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

L o r e 1 1 a Montgomery 
James teacher, primary 
($7300 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1) Sept 1, 1966. 

Ellen L. Lief teacher, el- 
ementary IV- VI ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict— Anahid Aghjayan Bas- 
sett, teacher, primary ($5800 
— anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Majorie M. Secor, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($6700 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hugh O'Brien District — 
Arlene Milgram teacher, pri- 
mary ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 



Sara J. Burns teacher, pri- 
mary ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — Catherine A. 
Gillis, guidance adviser, 
(from teacher, elementary, 
Agassiz District), Sept. 1, 
1966. ($9800. anniv. date 
Sept. 1). 

John Winthrop District — 
Doris Jones Thompson, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Julia Ward Howe District 
— Nora Jackson Begin, 
teacher elementary IV-VI 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Alice I. Doherty, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Marie A. Battista teacher, 
elementary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Theodore Lyman District 
— Marilyn Terzi, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sent. 1, 1966. 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — Mary Shelvey Con- 
nerney, teacher, primary 
($6400 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1) Sept. 1, 1966. 

Patricia F. O'Brien, teach- 
er, elementary IV-VI ($5800 
anniversary date, Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dept. of Educational In- 
vestigation and Measure- 
ment — Joseph M. O'Neil, re- 
search assistant (from shop 
instructor, Dept. of Voc. Ed. 
and Industrial Arts), $10,- 
400 — anniversary date Sept. 
1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Elaine T. Shehade, re- 
search assistant (from 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
Blackinton John Cheverus 
District, $10,400 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Department of Music Ed- 
ucation — Mary Ellen Lee 
O'Connor teacher of music 
($5800 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments approved by the 
following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 



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(CHANGE IN RANK) 

Charlestown High School 
— William Nanes, junior 
master, (from cooperative 
instructor) June 30, '66. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointment approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

LIST OF TEMPORARY 
TEACHERS 

The Superintendent sub- 
mitted undei the provisions 
of Section 265 paragraph 3 
of the regulations, the fol- 
lowing list of teachers ap- 
proved by him from which 
assignments may be made 
for provisional service: 

Domenic G. Amara, Bon- 
ita L. Belmonte, Kenneth 
A. Berlandi, Cynthia E. 
Brady, Anne L. Brinkert, 
Catherine A. Burt, Robert 
F. Busher, Jr., Mary B. 
Campbell, Christine G. Can- 
ter, Nancy E. Carey, Her- 
mena Farwell Clark, Mil- 
dred Beattv Clark, Linda 
K. Conley, Anthony J. Dam- 
iano, Patricia M. Deal, Ern- 
esto Delgae'o, Catherine L. 
Desmond, Alfredo DiLuzio, 
Robert Eastwood, Naomi 
Goldman Ellis, Gerard J. 
Friel, Carolyn P. Fuller, 
Rosalie G. Gabel, Joseph P. 
Gentile, Laurence A. Gillis, 
Carolyn Gold, Stephanie 
Hershon Gorad, Lynda 
Chatfield Gunther, Ruth E. 
Hammer, Daniel F. X. 
Healey, B. Evelyn Miller 
Hershman, Christine Hunt, 
Richard J. Hutchison, Roy 
S. Inglee, Mary C. Irons, 
Richard M. Kalp, Elaine 
Kasparian, Sidney Kauf- 
man, Ruth Anne Kelkup, 
Paul M. Kelly, Philip J. 
Kent, Leslie Koppel, Michele 
Lally, Horace Lamb, Chris- 
topher P. Lane, III, Ruth B. 
Bowden Lenz. 

Shelley Lichterman, Adele 
Lieberman, Charles F. Mc- 
Gonagle Eileen Beier- 
schmitt, McNeil, Shirley B. 
Mintzer, Maureen F. Mur- 
phy, Rita Feldzon Neu- 
schatz, Edith Newmark, 
Paul E. Nilsen, Michael J. 
O'Connell, Margaret E. Cot- 
ter O'Neill, Therese O'Neill, 



Kenneth J. Palladino, Mich- 
ael Parriott, Patricia Paw- 
lak, Janice Peck, Eugene 

F. Peyton, Leonard Popkin, 
Nicholas R. Puopolo, Ar- 
nold M. Radel, Carrie E. 
Regenstein, Cheria A. 
Renda, Kathryn L. Roberts, 
Sarah E. Miller Roland, 
Robert E. Rubinstein, Al- 
bert Rue, Frank Scarsella, 
Jayme-Sue Sicherman, John 
Slight, Charlotte Carlin 
Sokoloff, Judith Sperber, 
Ruth Srulevitch, Dennis J. 
Tartarow, Mary A. Tondorf, 
Carol A. Tracy, Mary F. 
Treacy, Elena M. Urbsas, 
Charles Velnosky, Thomas 
A. Walsh, Nancy Ward, 
Paul G. Weisberg, Barbara 
Anopolsky Whitman, An- 
nelle Williams, Margaret A. 
Wilson, Mary A. Woods. 

Sariann M. Allis, Susan 
C. Anderson, Elizabeth Bo- 
land, Mary Byrnes, Paula 
J. Clory, Irma G. Cohen, 
Carol Colils, Sylvia M. Du- 
ban, Elaine C. Elton, Dor- 
othy F. Evans, Stephen 
Faria, Jr., Judith M. Fein, 
Allen S. Gilman, Joseph C. 
Grace, Matthew Grzyb, Enid 

G. Halperin, James T. Hig- 
gins, Linda J. Hollis, Anne 
Marie Kinsella, Virginia E. 
Langley, Jonathan M. Leis- 
ing, Robert F. Loftus, Jud- 
ith F. MacKinnon, Stephanie 
A. MacPhee, Joanne M. Mc- 
Carthy, John J. McKenna, 
Robert McPherson, Sally B. 
Moore, Rita J. O'Brien, 
Eileen F. Palozie, Cynthia 
Perkins, Rachel E. Ralton, 
Donna Z. Saffier, Judith M. 
Saltzman, Rosario Scarcella, 
Jill V. Shaw, Edward R. 
Silvia, Carol Jean Simon, 
Vivian E. Synder, Faye G. 
Stopek, Diana B. Strauch, 
Dixie Lee Talbot, Robert 
Talbot, Carol Sue Zubkov. 

On roll call the list of 
teachers was approved by 
hy > a following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

TEACHER COACHES 

High School 

(to take effect Sept. 6, 1966) 

Football 

Boston Latin School — 

Cecil H. Smith. Boston 

Technical High School — 

Thomas E. Moran. Boston 



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Trade High School— George 
P. Ryan. Brighton High 
School— Thomas J. Carty. 
Charlestown High School — 
Peter F. Kondos. Dorches- 
ter High School — Joseph A. 
Mason. East Boston High 
School — Carmen J. Scarpa. 
English High School— Wil- 
liam J. Stewart. Hyde Park 
High School — Francis G. 
Power. Jamaica Plain High 
School — Frederick J. 
Gumbs. Roslindale High 
School — James C. Murphy. 
South Boston High School 
— Joseph A. Crowley. 
ASSISTANT TEACHER 
COACHES 
High School 
(to take effect Sept. 6, 1966) 
Football 
Boston Latin School — 
Loran T. Sanford; John P. 
Conley. Boston Technical 
High School — Donald Bur- 
gess; William R. DiLorenzo. 
Boston Trade High School — 
Walter D. Fitzgerald; Jo- 
seph Pumphret. Brighton 
High School— Robert D. Mc- 
Carthy. Charlestown High 
School — Arthur H. Krozy. 
Dorchester High School — 
Warren E. Toland; Jerome 
C. Buckley. East Boston 
High School — Julius J. Ven- 
nochi; Joseph V. Bage, Eng- 
lish High School — Joseph P. 
King; John P. Doherty, Jr. 
Hyde Park High School — 
Joseph J. Collins; Peter F. 
Clark. 

Jamaica Plain High 
School— Gerald E. Hill; Mi- 
chael T. Kelley. 

Roslindale High School — 
Michael A. Donato; Leo V. 
Sybertz. 

South Boston High School 
— Arthur A. Perdigao; 
Charles F. Ray. 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ments were approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

DEPARTMENT OF 
ADULT EDUCATIONAL 
AND RECREATIONAL 

ACTIVITIES 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 



appointed the following- 
named persons for service in 
the summer review high 
schools for the term 1966, 
to take effect June 27, 1966: 

First Assistants — John F. 
Best, Robert F. Murphy. 

Clerical Assistants — Mary 

A. Ahern, Barbara A. Ma- 
raggia. 

Assistants — Jacob Aron- 
son, Elton R. Avery, Mark 
Berger, Jo-Ann M. Bishara, 
Sidney Bluhm, Kevin Bow- 
ers, John R. Broderick, 
Jerome C. Buckley, John J. 
Buckley, Donald A. Car- 
bone, Robert P. Carroll, 
Joseph T. Casey, Walter J. 
Casey, Peter F. Clark, 
Thomas J. Colbert, Joseph 
J. Collins, John R. Conley, 
Joseph V. Connolly, Roger 
T. Connor, John J. Conway 
Jr., Mark T. Crehan, 
Brenda Crowely, Joseph A. 
Crowley, William Devore, 
Anthony R. DioDato, John 
P. Doherty Jr., Frank G. 
Erba, Samuel Feldman, 
Alice M. Fellows, Agnes E. 
Fennessey, Harry Firger, 
Alfred E. Foulkes, Philip 
Fox, William T. Gable, 
Charles B. Gallivan, John J. 
Gearin, Peter P. George, 
Philip J. Gibbons, Edward 
Golden, Myer Golder, Nor- 
man Gordon, John A. Gras- 
so, Theodore F. Guilfoy, 
Willard T. Hall, Vincent J. 
Hughis, James W. Hurley, 
J. Edward Keefe, John B. 
Kelley Jr., Mildred I. Ken- 
dall, Irving A. Krutter, 
Arnold H. Lamkin, Gary B. 
Lewis, Leonard Marshall, 
Louis Mazer, Charles L. 
McCarthy, Leo J. McCor- 
mack, John J. McGrath, 
M e 1 v i n Mednicoff , Con- 
stance E. Mele, Sophia Men- 
axopoulos, Ethel M. Meni- 
toff, Gertrude A. Morrissey, 
Mark J. Mulkern, Peter J. 
Mullen, Joseph A. Murphy, 
John A. O'Brien, James J. 
O'Connor, John J. O'Con- 
nor Jr., Robert F. O'Neil, 
Michael J. O'Neill, Edna F. 
O'Toole, John P. Page, Rob- 
ert R. Palson, Doris M. 
Phillips, Francis G. Power, 
Bernard C. Reddy, Samuel 
Resnick, Paul E. Rich, 
Francis Ridge, Kathleen R. 
R o r i e , Eben Rosenfield, 
Barbara R. Roust, Eric A. 
Roy, Mary E. Rush, Robert 

B. Russell, Ernest J. Ryan, 
Charles A. Sakey, Paul W. 



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Salterio, Loren T. Sanford, 
Charles W. Sharkey, Paul 
M. Shea, Robert P. Sheri- 
dan, Cecil H. Smith, Alex- 
ander J. Spano, William 
Stone, Francis E. Sullivan, 
Joan M. Thorn, James F. 
Tierney, Warren E. Toland, 
Albert J. VanSteenbergen, 
Joseph F. Walsh Jr., Le- 
titia L. Wilson, James J. 
Zanor. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEA S— M r s . Hicks 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 
1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
appointed the following- 
named persons for service 
in the summer review junior 
high schools for the term 
1966, to take effect June 27, 
1966. 

First Assistants — John C. 
Mullaney, Doris A. Warner 

Clerical Assistants — Mary 
S. Gershman, Mary N. Mc- 
Morrow 

Assistants — Francis X. 
Ahern, Mary B. Bailey, 
Francis E. Buckley, John J. 
Burchill, Leo F. Casey, John 
F. Cogliano, Catherine M. 
Collins, Thomas L. Collins, 
Edwin J. Cook, James A. 
Cronin, Joseph T. Daly, Wil- 
liam D. Daly, Joseph F. 
Devlin, Kathleen M. Doh- 
erty, Leo F. Driscoll, Cath- 
erine Ellison, Gordon C. 
Estabrooks, Philip J. Fa- 
sano, Thomas B. Fitzgerald, 
William P. Foley, John R. 
Golner, Edward S. Gore, 
Jeremiah J. Goulding, Mar- 
tin J. Greeley, George F. 
Guptill, William C. Gustus, 
John J. Hanrahan, Harvey 
S. Horowitz, Ruth A. Houl- 
ton, John T. Howley, Frank 
H. Inzirillo, John A. Joyce, 
Eunice M. Kyle, Richard L. 
Lally, Charles D. Libby, 
Frederick J. MacCormack, 
Gerard R. Miller, Lorraine 
J. Miniutti, Bertram P. Mul- 
laney, Hugh E. Mullen, Bar- 
bara R. O'Donnell, Richard 
D. O'Neil, David N. Parker, 



Hazelle D. Pitters, Joseph 
J. Prendergast, Francis G. 
Pupi, Owen M. Quilty, 
Hazel E. Reamer, Edward L. 
Riley, William F. Robinson, 
Jacob A. Santamaria, Ye- 
mema Seligson, Philip Siro- 
ta, Emma E. Taylor, Louis 
E. Tobasky, Joanne C. Vac- 
ca, Miriam S. Williams, 
Irving M. Winitzer, Joan T. 
Yasi, Edward J. Zawacki, 
Paul E. Zayotti. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 
1966, reporting that subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee he has appointed 
the following-named persons 
for service in the Depart- 
ment of Adult Educational 
and Recreational Activities 
under Tile 11 B, Adult Basic 
Education, Economic Oppor- 
tunity Act of 1964, begin- 
ning June 6, 1966: 

Teacher s — Francis E. 
Casey, Robert L. Casey, 
Francis J. Martin. 

Teachers Aides — Icsom 
Bryant, Elizabeth R. Dixon, 
George J. Every, Mary A. 
Fogarty, Ann P. Whalen. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEA S— M r s . Hicks 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 
1966, reporting that subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
appointed the following- 
named persons for service 
in the Department of Adult 
Educational and Recrea- 
tional Activities, under Title 
II B, Adult Basic Educa- 
tion, Economic Opportunity 
Act of 1964: 

Guidance Counselors — 
Lillian G. Healy, J. Warren 
Sennott, June 14, 1966. 



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Teachers Aides — Gloria 
Razvad, June 14, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the ses- 
sions of the school centers 
for 1966-1967 be held in the 
following named schools, 
beginning Oct. 5, 1966. 

Brighton School Center, 
in the William Howard Taft 
Junior High School. 

Charlestown School Cen- 
ter, in the Clarence R. Ed- 
wards Junior High School. 

Dorchester School Center, 
in the Girls' Latin School. 

East Boston School Cen- 
ter, in the Joseph H. Barnes 
Junior High School. 

Grove Hall School Cen- 
ter, in the Jeremiah E. 
Burke High School for Girls. 

Hyde Park School Center, 
in the Hyde Park High 
School. 

Jamaica Plain School 
Center, in the Mary E. 
Curley Junior High School. 

Mattapan School Center, 
in the Solomon Lewenberg 
Junior High School. 

North End School Center, 
in the Michelangelo School. 

Roxbury School Center, in 
the James P. Timilty Junior 
High School. 

South Boston School Cen- 
ter, in the South Boston 
High School. 

South End School Center, 
in the Abraham Lincoln 
School. 

South End School Center 
(Branch), in the Charles E. 
Mackey School. 

West Roxbury School 
Center, in the Robert Gould 
Shaw Junior High School. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

MANPOWER 
DEVELOPMENT AND 
TRAINING CLASSES 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 



tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and in 
accordance with the order 
passed at the meeting of 
June 79, 1962, he has ap- 
pointed the following named 
persons to the classes under 
the Manpower Development 
and Training Act of 1962, 
P. L.-87-415 t~ take effect 
on the dates stated. 
T o o 1 k e e per — Pasquale 
Gallo (Sew. Mach. Rep. 
Web., New) 6-7-66. 

Instructor— Basil V. Zolli 
(Drafting, Trade) 6-6-66. 
Mary G. Dow (Nurses Aide, 
Grls Tr.) 8-1-66. Thomas 
Boussey (Basic Ed., Tim- 
ilty) 6-14-66. 

Guidance Counselor — Alan 
C. O'Hare (Webster), 
7-5-66. 

The communication was 
olaced on file and on roll 
call, the apointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor nad Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— O. 

GARDENING 
Season of 1966 
(to take effect June 20, 1966) 
Garden Assistant 
John F. Sullivan 
On roll call, the appoint- 
ment was approved by thf 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

APPOINTMENTS, MODEL 

DEMONSTRATION 

SUBSYSTEM 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has nomi- 
nated the persons named be- 
low as teachers in the Model 
Demonstration Subsystem, 
Tile I, ESEA. Project 6-0?5- 
003, for the period June 27 
through July 29, 1966, salary 
to be at the rate of $875 
for the term : 

Madelyn K. Nash, Kath- 
leen Scott. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 



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approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS - - Mrs. Hicks, 
Hessrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent underdate of June 
30,, 1966, reporting subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has nomi- 
nated the persons named be- 
low as teachers in the 
Model Demonstration Sub- 
system, Title I, ESEA, Pro- 
ject 6-035-003, for the 
period June 27 through July 

29, 1966, at the salaries in- 
dicated: 

Manka Madeska— $250.00. 

Kenneth R. McElheny — 
$875.00. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 

30, 1966, reporting, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, that he has 
discontinued the leave 
of absence for maternity 
granted to the following 
named teacher, to take ef- 
fect on the date stated: 

Hart-Gasten-P e r r y Dis- 
trict — Julianne D. Walsh 
teacher, primary, September 
7, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the discontinuance of 
leave of absence was granted 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 
1966, reporting, subject to 
the approval oi the School 
Committee, that he has 
discontinued the leaves of 



absence granted to the fol- 
lowing named teachers, to 
take effect un the dates 
stated: 

Rice-Franklin District 
Marilyn Reid Koran, teacher, 
kindergarten, September 1, 
1966. 

Julia Ward Howe District 
—Mary D. Churchill, teach- 
er, elemental^, September 
1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the discontinuance of 
leaves of absence, were 
granted by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 
1966, reporting that the 
leave of absence without pay 
for maternity be granted to 
the following named teach- 
ers to take effect on the 
dates indicated, and to con- 
tinue until terminated by 
the Superintendent with the 
approval of the School Com- 
mittee, provided that such 
leave shall be for a period 
of at least three months 
after the date of birth, and 
provided further that no 
such leave shall in any event 
exceed eighteen months: 

Elihu Greenwood District 
— Linda Donovan, special 
class teacher, June 7, 1966 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that the 
leave of absence without 
pay, granted to the follow- 
ing named person was ter- 
minated on date indicated, 
and I recommend that leave 
of absence without pay for 
maternity be granted to 
take effect on the date 
stated, and to continue un- 
til terminated by the Super- 



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intendent with the approval 
of the School committee, 
provided that such leave 
shall be for a period of at 
least three months after the 
date of birth, and provided 
further that no such leave 
shall in any event exceed 
eighteen months: 

Rice Franklin District — 
Louise M. Tarlin, teacher, 
elementary, terminate leave 
May 31, 1966, new leave to 
take effect June 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was terminated and the fur- 
ther leave was granted by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 
NAYS— 0. 

A communication was 
received from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that the 
leave of absence without 
pay for maternity be grant- 
ed to the following named 
teacher to take effect on 
the dates indicated, and to 
continue until terminated 
by the Superintendent with 
the approval of the School 
committee, provided that 
such leave shall be for a 
period of at least three 
months after the date of 
birth, and provided further 
that no such leave shall in 
any event exceed eighteen 
months: 

Sarah Greenwood Dis- 
trict — Joanne M. Krim, 
teacher elementary, termi- 
nate leave November 2, 
1965, new leave to take 
effect November 3, 1965. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was terminated and the 
further leave was granted 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough. 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of 
June 30, 1966, recommend- 
ing, subject to the approv- 
al of the School Commit- 
tee, that leave of absence 



with pay be granted to the 
following named person for 
the term specified: 

Horace Mann School — 
Mary F. Deveney, teacher, 
primary, June 20 to June 
23, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date >f 
June 30, 1966, recommend- 
ing, subject to the approv- 
al of the School Commit- 
tee, that leave of absence 
without pay be granted to 
the following named per- 
sons for the term specified: 

Robert Gould Shaw Dis- 
trict — Marilyn J. Wilson, 
junior high teacher, Septem- 
ber 1, 1966 to August 31, 
1967. 

Department of Speech and 
Lipreading Servies — Diane 
Kanter, teacher, September 
1, 1966 to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The folowing was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing named person be 
granted an extension of sick 
leave, without loss of pay, 
for a period of thirty days 
from the date stated: 

Department of Education- 
al Investigation and Mea- 
surement — Louise E. Mc- 
Laughlin, research assistant, 
May 9, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. McDonough, O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt— 4. 

NAYS Mrs. Lee— 1. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 



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1966, recommending subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, thai the leave 
of absence without pay 
granted to the following 
named teacher for the term 
specified be rescinded: 

Charlestown High School 
—Robert F. O'Neil, junior 
master, October 1, 1966 
through January 14, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence was 
granted by the following 
vote: 

YEAS - - Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and hjsenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from th< Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 
1966, recommending that 
leave of absence without 
pay for maternity be granted 
to the following named 
teachers to take effect on 
the dates indicated, and to 
continue until terminated by 
the Superintenoent with the 
approval of the School Com- 
mittee, provided that such 
leave shall be for a period 
of at least, three months 
after the date of birth, and 
provided furtner that no 
such leave shai, in any event 
exceed eighteen months: 

Emily A. Fifield District- 
Claire M. Stevei.son, teacher, 
kindergarten, June 24, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the following 
vote: 

YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 19 6 6, recommending 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence for study 
be granted to the following 
named teachers for the term 
specified: 

Thomas Gardner District 
— Teresa C. Sprague, teach- 
er, elementary, September 1, 
1966 to August 31, 1967. 

John Winthrop District- 
Mary Ann Driscoll, teacher, 






elementary, September 1, 
1966. to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence without pay 
be granted to the following 
named person for the term 
specified 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School— Mary Mc- 
Nally Johnston, Assistant 
Principal, September 1, 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee and un- 
der suspension of the regu- 
lations, that leave of ab- 
sence without pay be 
granted to the following 
named person for the term 
specified: 

Rice Franklin District — 
John A. Young, Assistant 
Principal, September 1, 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5 

NAYS— 

A communicaiton was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, recommending, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence without 



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pay be granted to the fol- 
lowing named persons for 
the term specified: 

Dorchestei High School — 
Robert W. Consalvo, junior 
master, September 1, 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of June 
30, 1966, recommending, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence with pay 
be granted to the following 
named person for the term 
specified: 

South Boston High School 
— Walter Pianka, Provision- 
al teacher, June 20 to June 
23, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 

1966, recommending, sub- 
ject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence for study 
be granted to the following- 
named teacher for the time 
specified: 

English High School — 
Charles P. Deninger, Master, 
Sept. 1, 1966 to Aug. 31, 

1967, for study. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 
1966, recommending, subject 



to the approval of the School 
Committee, that leave of 
absence for study or study 
and travel, be granted to 
the following named teach- 
ers for the term specified: 

Department of Speech and 
Lipreading Services — Mar- 
garet Bogan, speech thera- 
pist, September 1, 1956 to 
August 31, 1967. 

English High School— An- 
tonio A. Giariaputo, junior 
master, September 1, 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

Norcross District — Veron- 
ica F. Fallon, teacher, ele- 
mentary, September 1, 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

The commurication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call the leaves of absence 
were granted by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, MclDonough, 

O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

TRANSFERS 

Communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has made the following 
transfers of Head Masters 
and Principals, to take 
effect on the dates stated: 

Margaret C. Carroll, 
Head Master, Boston Busi- 
ness School, to the same 
position at Girls' Latin 
School, September 1, 1966. 

Edward F. Brickley, 
Head Master, Jamaica 
Plain High School, to the 
same position at Boston 
Business School, Sentem- 
ber 1, 1966. 

Francis E. Harrington, 
Principal, Patrick T. Camp- 
bell Junior High School, to 
the same position at Wash- 
ington Irving Junior High 
School, September 1, 1966. 

Robert M. Bloom, Princi- 
pal, John Winthrop Dis- 
trict, to the same position 
in the James A. Garfield 
District, September 1, 1966. 

Dorothea T. Callahan, 
Principal, Christopher Gib- 
son District, to the same 
position in the John Mar- 
shall District, September 1, 
1966. 

J. Stanley Curran, Prin- 
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255 



Junior High, to the same 
position in the Emerson 
District, Sept. 1, 1966. 

Angclo A. DiMattia, 
Principal, Dearborn Dis- 
trict, to the same position 
in the Thomas A. Edison 
Junior High School, Sept. 
1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 

ASSIGNMENTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has terminated the assign- 
ment of the following- 
named teacher, to take 
effect Aug. 31, 1966: 

Theodore Lyman District 
— Joseph Rusci, teacher, 
elementary, to science 
teacher, to take effect Aug. 
teacher, Title I, ESEA, 
Project 6-035-004, Enrich- 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary, Junior High and 
Senior High Schools. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was ter- 
minated by the following 
vote. 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 

30, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
terminated the assignment 
of the following named 
teacher, to take effect Aug. 

31, 1966. 

Dept. of Home Economics 
— Florence Moody Hayes, 
teacher of clothing, junior 
high, to teacher of clothing, 
elementary, Henry L. Hig- 
ginson District. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was 
terminated by the following 
vote: 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 
1966, reporting that, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has assigned 
the following-named teacher, 
as indicated, to take effect 
May 1, 1966 and to continue 
until June 24, 1966, unless 
earlier terminated by the 
Superintendent, with the ap- 
proval of the School Com- 
mittee: 

Christopher Gibson Dis- 
trict — Francis A. Hurley, 
assistant principal, to Office 
of the Superintendent. 

The communication was 

placed on file and on roll 

call, the assignment was 

approved by the following 

vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 

O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of June 30, 
1966, reporting that subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has assigned 
the following-named teacher, 
to take effect on the date 
stated and to continue until 
otherwise ordered : 

Oliver Wendell Holmes 
Junior High S c h o o 1 — Jo- 
anna Raftes Piantes, teach- 
er, junior high, to Jeremiah 
E. Burke High School, Sept. 
1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee he has 
assigned the following 
named teacher to Title 
I-ESEA-Project 6-035-004, 
Enrichment Program for 
Elementary, Junior High 



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and Senior High Schools, 
to take effect Sept. 1, 1966, 
and to continue until other- 
wise ordered: 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — Renata Rei- 
cholt Joseph, teacher, junior 
high, as teacher of art, in 
the Hugh O'Brien District. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the following- 
named teachers to the Sum- 
mer Elementary Remedia- 
tion and Enrichment Labor- 
atories (SEREL.) Tile I. 
Project #6-035-004 for the 
Period June 27, 1966 to 
August 12, 1966: 

William Bacon School — 
Josephine Malfa and Janice 
Welsh. 

Christopher Gibson School 
■ — William J. Brown. 

Joseph J. Hurley School 
— William Murray. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS -Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to approval of the 
School Committee, he has as- 
signed the following-named 
teacher, as indicated, to take 
effect Sept. 1, 1966, and to 
continue until otherwise or- 
dered: 

Abraham Lincoln-Quincy 
District — John W. Iorizzo, 
teacher, elementary, to 
Department of Vocational 
Education and Industrial 
Arts. 

Emerson District — How- 
ard J. Landers, teacher, el- 
ementary, to Department of 



Vocational Education and 
Industrial Arts. 

Grover Cleveland Junior 
High School — Emma Kin- 
sella Campbell, teacher, jun- 
ior high to Instruction of 
Physically Handicapped 
Children. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

DESIGNATIONS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following 
designation of a teacher to 
serve in the position indi- 
cated, until such time as it 
shall be filled otherwise, in 
accordance with the rules 
and regulations, but not 
beyond August 31, 1966: 

Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School — Catherine Crowley 
Norton, teacher, high 
school, as acting head of 
department (vice Harold 
Goorvich, appointed Assist- 
ant Head Master at South 
Boston High School) June 
1, 1966. 
Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that he 
has made the following 
designation of a teacher to 
serve in the position indi- 
cated, until such time as it 
shall be filled otherwise, in 
accordance with the rules 
and regulations, but not 
beyond Aug. 31, 1967: 

Instruction of Physically 
Handicapped C h i 1 d r e n — 
Mary E. Malloy, teacher, 
elementary, as acting di- 
rector, Instruction of Phy- 
sically Handicapped Chil- 
dren (Mary H. Stroup, di- 
rector, retired) Sept. 1, 
1966. 

PERMISSION TO REMAIN 
AFTER 70TH BIRDTHAY 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That under 
the provisions of Chapter 
348 of the Acts of 1954, and 



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257 



at the request of the per- 
son concerned, the following- 
named teachers who will at- 
tain the maximum age for 
retirement before the end 
of the school year 1966-67, 
be allowed to remain in 
service until tn<- end of the 
school year 1967: 

Basil Prangoulis, instruc- 
tor of band and orchestral 
instruments, Department of 
Music Education, Sept. 15, 
1966. 

Albert A. Thompson, Mas- 
ter, Boston Latin School, 
Sept. 9, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 

O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

REPORT ON MARRIED 
TEACHERS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, reporting that in 
accordance with the pro- 
visions of Section 283 of the 
regulations, the following 
named female teachers have 
reported that they were 
married on the dates indi- 
cated: 

Rice-Franklin District — 
Mabel R. Nathanson, teach- 
er, junior high, married Apr. 
24, 1966, new name Mabel 
Nathanson Levine. 

Thomas Gardner District 
—Natalie E. Lambert, teach- 
er, elementary, married 
May. 14, 1966, new name 
Natalie Lambert Leary. 

William Lloyd Garrison 
District — Elizabeth A. Co- 
Tieau, teacher, kindergarten, 
married Apr. 24, 1966, new 
name Elizabeth Comeau 
Kadehjian. 

Placed on file. 

CONTRACTS FOR 

PROFESSIONAL 

SERVICES 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, entei into and exe- 
cute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the Boston School 
Committee and Janet Silvo, 
said services to be per- 






formed under the Model 
Demonstration Sub-system, 
Project No. 6-035-003, at a 
rate not to exceed $50 per 
day, for 1C days between 
July 5 and July 29, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 
5. 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: : 
ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized 
to accept, enter into and ex- 
ecute on behalf of the 
School Committee a con- 
tract for professional serv- 
ices between the Boston 
School Cmmittee and Dr. 
Evelyn G. Pitcher, said serv- 
ice to be performed under 
the Model Demonstration 
Sub-system, Project No. 
6-035-003, at a rate not to 
exceed $100 per day, for 10 
days between June 29 and 
July 29, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 



The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, enter into and ex- 
ecute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the Boston School 
Committee and Lisa Fred- 
erick, said services to be 
performed under the Model 
Demonstration Sub-system, 
Project No. 6—035—003, at 
a rate not to exceed $50 per 
day for the period June 27 
through July 29, 1966; pro- 
vided, that the total sum 
for carrying out this con- 
tract shall not exceed $750. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 



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The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, enter into and exe- 
cute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the Bnston School 
Committee and Dr. Thomas 
Grank, said services to be 
performed under the Model 
Demonstration Sub-system, 
Project No. 6-C35-003, at a 
rate not to exceed $25 per 
hour for six hours per week 
from July 1 through July 
29, 1966; provided that the 
total sum for carrying out 
this contract shall not ex- 
ceed $1,000. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 

O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTIONS 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
order passed by the School 
Committee at the meeting of 
June 13, 1966, authorizing 
Ronald P. Johnson, Director, 
Department of Educational 
Publications and Informa- 
tional Services, to attend 
the National School Public 
Relations Association Semi- 
nar, be amended to show the 
cost to the city not to exceed 
$170 instead of $100. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communictaion was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of June 
30, 1966, submitting in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 3 of Chapter 274 
of the Acts of 1914, report 
of Victor A Mclnnis, teach- 
er-investigator, junior high, 
Model Demonstration Sub- 
system, on his attendance at 
the National Science Teach- 
er' Associations 14th An- 



nual Convention, held in 
New York City, April 1 and 
2, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of June 
30, 1966, submitting in ac- 
cordance with the pro- 
visions of Section 3, of 
Chapter 274 of the Acts of 
1914, report of Helen M. 
Moran, Head Master, Trade 
High School for Girls, on 
her attendance at the 
American Vocational Asso- 
ciation Convention, held in 
Miami, Florida, Dec. 7 to 
10, 1965. 

Placed or. file. 

DEPARTMENT OF 

SCHOOL HEALTH 

SERVICES 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named school nurses 
be assigned to duty in the 
Fenway Summer Review 
High School, Dorchester 
Summer Review High 
School, Jamaica Plain Sum- 
mer Review Junior High 
School and Dorchester Sum- 
mer Review Junior High 
School for the period June 
27 to August 12, 1966, in- 
clusive; compensation to be 
at the rate of twelve dollars 
($12) per day for high 
schools (4) hours and nine 
dollars ($9) per day for jun- 
ior hgih schools (3 hours). 

Jane Kallaus, R. N. 

Frances Beatty, R. N. 

Barbara Hill, R. N. 

Mollie Leverant, R. N. 

Isabel McGowan, R. IV. 
(alternate) 

Ellen Guiney, R. N. (al- 
ternate) 

On a rool call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing - named temporary 
School Nurses be assigned 
to duty in the Certificating 
Office during the periods in- 
dicated; compensation to be 

at the rate of nine dollars 

($9) per day: 



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259 



Susan Brennan, R.N. 
(June 24 through August 19 
Inclusive) 

Isabel McGowan, R.N. 
(August 22 through Sep- 
tember 7 inclusive) 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 
5 
NAYS— 

SCHEDULE OF SALA- 
RIES FOR TEACHERS, 
MEMBERS OF THE SU- 
PERVISING STAFF AND 
CERTAIN OTHERS 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Schedule of Salaries for 
Teacheis, Members of the 
Supervising Staff and Cer- 
tain Others for the 1966-67 
School Year be amended as 
follows : 

Under Group 5-A, add 
"Department of Kinder- 
gartens." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED. That the 
Schedule of Salaries for 
Teachers, Members of the 
Supe/vising Staff and Cer- 
tain Others for the 1966- 
1967 School Year be amend- 
ed by adding the following: 

19. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967 any person in Group I 
and II of this salary 
schedule assigned by the 
Superintendent to serve in 
the Office of Program De- 
velopment shall be paid 
their basic salary plus ten 
percent (10%) for eleven 
months' service. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs, Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 



The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 

Schedule of Salaries for 



Teachers, Members of the 
Supervising Staff and Cer- 
tain Others for the 1966- 
1967 School Year be amend- 
ed by adding the following: 

20. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967 the Administrative Co- 
ordinator, Program Analyst 
and Coordinator of the Title 
III Program in the Office of 
Program Development shall 
be paid the salary for Group 
6-B ($14,210) in this salary 
schedule for eleven months' 
service. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
Schedule of Salaries for 
Teachers, Members of the 
Supervising Staff and Cer- 
tain Others for the 1966- 
1967 School Year be amend- 
ed by adding the following: 

21. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967 the Educational Spe- 
cialists in the office of Pro- 
gram Development shall be 
paid the salary for Group 
6-A ($13,965) in this salary 
schedule for eleven months' 
service. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote. 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Schedule of Salaries for 
Teachers, Members of the 
Supervising Staff and Cer- 
tain Others for the 1966- 
1967 School Year be 
amended by adding the fol- 
lowing: 

22. ORDERED, That, 
teachers who have served 
one hundred and twenty 
(120) days in the school 
year of their appointment 
shall advance a step on the 
salary schedule, to the max. 
imum, in each Septembei 
following their appointment 

All other persons will ad 
vance a step on the salar\ 
schedule, to the maximum. 



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on the first day of the 
month of their appointment 
in each year. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Schedule of Salaries for 
Teachers, Members of the 
Supervising Staff and Cer- 
tair Others for the 1966- 
196 I School Year be amend- 
ed by adding the following: 

23. ORDERED, That, 
teachers in the Department 
of Compensatory Services 
and the Office of Program 
Development shall be paid 
at the rate of six dollars 
($6.00) per hour for over- 
time services. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Mssrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 



SALARY OF DIRECTOR 

OFFICE OF PROGRAM 

DEVELOPMENT 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary of the Consulting Di- 
rector, office of Program 
Development, be established 
at the rate of $19,500 per 
year, to take effect Sept. 1, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs, Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 



LIST OF AUTHORIZED 

TEXT BOOKS 
The following was offered : 
ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named books are 
hereby authorized for use 
as textbooks in the Trade 
High School For Girls : 

Bleier, Inge J., Maternity 
Nursing: A Textbook for 
Practical Nurses., W. B. 
Saunders Company., cl966., 
net $3.25. — paperback, f.o.b. 
shipping point. 



Keane, Claire Brackman. 
Essentials of Nursing: A 
Medical-Surgical Text for 
Practical Nurses. W. B. 
Saunders Company. cl964. 
net $3.25. f. o. b. shipping 
point. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. HICKS, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 

PUBLIC ACCIDENT 
INSURANCE 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
Puritan Life Insurance Com- 
pany, through the James R. 
McDuffee Insurance Agency, 
be authorized to underwrite 
the pupil accident insurance 
in the Boston Public Schools 
for the year beginning Sep- 
tember 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS0 

MEMBERSHIP IN GREAT 
CITIES PROGRAM FOR 
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the 
Boston Public Schools par- 
ticipate in the Great Cities 
Program for School Im- 
provement and that the 
expenditure of five thousand 
dollars ($5000) be approved 
to provide for the member- 
ship fee for the year July 1, 
1966 to June 30, 1967. ' 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

PROMOTIONS, ADMIN- 
ISTRATIVE OFFICES 
The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service the fol- 
lowing named Clerk and 
Typists be provisionally pro- 
moted to the position of 
Senior Clerk and Typists to 
take effect July 6, 1966. 



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Rose R. Dever, Office of 
Business Manager 

Catherine Leonard, Sup- 
ply Room 

Ruth C. Stevens, Office 
of Business Manager 

On roll call the 
passed by 
vote: 

YEAS — 
Messrs. Lee, 
O'Connor and 
5. 

NAYS— 



the 



order 
following 



Mrs. Hicks, 
McDonough, 
Eisenstadt — 



DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL LUNCHES 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary grade of the Assistant 
Director of School Lunches 
be established at #25, to 
take effect September 1, 
1966, and that she be placed 
on that step of the salary 
schedule to which her years 
of srevice entitle her. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary grade of the Director 
of School Lunches be estab- 
lished at #31, to take effect 
September 1, 1966, and that 
she be placed on that step of 
the salary schedule to which 
her years of service entitle 
her. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 



The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Cath- 
erine Condon, Cafeteria At- 
tendant, be granted an ex- 
tension of sick leave, with- 
out loss of pay, for a period 
of thirty (30) days from 
April 8, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS • Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

CUSTODIAN, EXTEN- 
SION OF SICK LEAVE 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That Arthur 
F. Nugent, Senior Building 
Custodian be granted an 
extension of sick leave, 
without loss of pay, for a 
period of thirty (30) days 
from June 1. 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS 

The order laid over at the 
meeting of June 13, 1966, 
making changes in and addi- 
tions to the List of Author- 
ized Text Books, was taken 
up. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisentadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 
The Committee adjourned. 
Attest - 

EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary 



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Proceedings of School Committee 



July 6, 1966 
A conference of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, at 
2:55 p. m., the Chairman 
presiding. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, at 
3:50 p. m., and adjourned 
at 4:05 p. m. 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the meeting of May 
26, 1966, be amended as fol- 
lows: 

Under Attendance at Con- 
ventions : 

ORDERED, That Joseph 
McKenney, Personnel Rela- 
tions Co-ordinator, is here- 
by authorized to attend the 
National Institute on Col- 
lective Negotiations in Pub- 
lic Education, to be held in 
Philadelphia, Pa., June 19 to 
24, 1966, inclusive, should 
read "at a cost to the city 
not to exceed $321." 

On roll call, the order 

passed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 

Lee, McDonough, O'Connor 

and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

ASSIGNMENTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of July 
6, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named personnel to Title I — 
Project 6-035-244, Summer 
Creative Arts Program at 
the Maurice J. Tobin School, 
to take effect July 11, 1966 
and to continue until August 
5, 1966, unless otherwise 
ordered : 

Administrative Director : 
Catherine M. O'Toole, De- 
partment of Music Educa- 
tion, at $720.00. 



Artistic Director: Kalman 
Novak, Director, South End 
Music Centre, at $720.00. 

Art Instructors: Judith 
Moran and Kathleen Owens, 
at $400.00 each. 

Dance Instructors: Nina 
Adolph, part-lime teacher 
and accompanist, at $268.00. 
Mari Jackman at $400.00. 
Elizabeth Martin, 3 days per 
week, at $240.00. 

Drama Instructors: 
Jeanne Armin and Jacque- 
line Brooks, at $400.00 each. 
Music Instructors: Fred- 
erick H. Ford and Patricia 
Stedry. at $400.00 each. 

Photography Instructors: 
Wililam P. Berchen and 
Thomas Wills, at $400.00 
each. 

Secretary: Olive Ranson 
at $270.00. 

Nurse: Rose Kelly at 
$240.00. 

Teacher Aides: Elizabeth 
Lee and Gregory Sandow, at 
$160.00 each. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 
NAYS— 0. 
ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTION 
The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Mary 
M. Doyle, Examiner, Board 
of Examiners, is hereby au- 
thorized to attend the Clin- 
ic Conference for School 
Personnel Administrators, to 
be held in Buffalo, New 
York, July 10 to 15, 1966, 
inclusive, at a cost to the 
city not to exceed one hun- 
dred fifty dollars ($150). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 



EXTENSION OF SICK 

LEAVE 
The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That Cath- 
erine Condon, Cafeteria At- 
tendant, be granted an ex- 
tension of sick leave, with- 
out loss of pay, for a period 



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of thirty (30) days from 
May 26, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

SALARY OF DEPUTY 
SUPERINTENDENT 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary of the following-named 
position be established as in- 
dicated to take effect July 
1, 1966: 

Deputy Superintendent of 
Schools— $23,000. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks. 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 
5. 

NAYS— 0. 



RESUBMIT RACIAL 

PLAN TO DEPARTMENT 

OF EDUCATION 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
June 13, 1966 Plan of this 
School Committee be again 
submitted to the State 
Board of Education without 
change, as our final plan in 
compliance with Chapter 71, 
Section 37D of the General 
Laws, for its acceptance or 
rejection or further action. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. McDonough and 
O'Connor— 3. 

NAYS— Messrs. Lee and 
Eisenstadt — 2. 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest: 

MARY C. LAFFEY 

Acting Secretary 



City op Boston 
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JULY 28, 1966 



265 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



July 28, 1966 
A conference of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston was held in 
the Administration Building, 
15 Beacon Street, Boston, at 
7:35 p. m., and adjourned at 
11:10 p.m., the Chairman 
presiding. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, at 
11:30 p.m., and adjourned at 
11:45 p. m. 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the meeting of June 
30, 1966, be amended as 
follows : 

Under Appointments from 
the Eligible List — Trade 
High School for Girls — 
Eileen M. Foley, teacher, 
high school cert. XXXI 
($5500) — should read — 
"$9800 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1, 1966." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the meeting of June 
30, 1966, be amended as 
follows : 

Under Appointments from 
the Eligible List — Rice- 
Franklin District — Carol 
A. Flaherty, teacher, special 
class, should read "from 
teacher, elementary IV- 
VI)". 

Hyde Park High School — 
James F. Walsh, junior mas- 
ter, should read "$6600.00 
instead of $5800.00." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks. 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



IN MEMORIAM 
The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
on July 26, 1966, of Dennis 
C. Haley, Superintendent 
Emeritus. 

Placed on file. 

WHEREAS, On July 26, 
1966, God in His infinite 
wisdom and mercy, sum- 
moned from our midst Dr. 
Dennis C. Haley, Superin- 
tendent Emeritus of the 
Boston Public Schools; and 

WHEREAS, The Boston 
School Committee is grieved 
by the passing of this be- 
loved and respected educa- 
tional leader who served 
the Boston Public Schools 
for forty-three years as 
High School Teacher; as 
Professor of Science at Bos- 
ton Teachers College; as 
Head Master of Hyde Park 
High School; and as Assis- 
tant Superintendent and 
who culminated his distin- 
guished career as Superin- 
tendent of the Boston Public 
Schools from 1948 to 1960 
when he retired to accept 
the invitation of the Trus- 
tees of Suffolk University to 
become as University Presi- 
dent; and 

WHEREAS, Serving as 
Superintendent during a 
post-war transitional period 
which was accompanied by 
great national and local 
stresses, Dr. Haley effected 
a reorganization of the cen- 
tral administrative staff on 
a functional basis, success- 
fully directed the construc- 
tion and modernization of 
many new buildings, guided 
the revision of curriculum 
which ushered the Boston 
Public Schools into the 
atomic age and prepared 
them for the coming of the 
space age, and introduced 
innovations and advances 
which enriched local educa- 
tional opportunities and en- 
hanced the prestige of the 
Boston Public Schools 
throughout the nation; and 

WHEREAS, Dr. Haley al- 
so contributed his talents as 
the author of secondary 
school tests, as the origina- 
tor of the universally used 
science boxes, and as the 
chairman and member of 
many national educational 
committees studying curri- 
culum and administrative 
procedures; and 



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WHEREAS, He was held 
in sincere affection and high 
regard throughout the com- 
munity, state, and nation for 
his many endearing personal 
qualities and his sound and 
efficacious educational lead- 
ership, especially in the Bos- 
ton Public Schools to which 
he unselfishly dedicated the 
most productive years of his 
life; therefore be it 

RESOLVED, That the 
Boston School Committee 
formally record this expres- 
sion of sorrow at the death 
of Dr. Dennis C. Haley and 
this tribute to his years of 
distinguished service to the 
Boston Public Schools; and 
be it further 

RESOLVED, That a copy 
of these resolutions be sent 
to the family of our late 
Superintendent Emeritus as 
a memento of the esteem 
in which Dr. Haley was held 
and as an evidence of the 
sympathy of the Boston 
School Committee. 

On roll call, the preamble 
and resolutions were adopt- 
ed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the following meet- 
ings be amended as follows: 

May 16, 1966 — Under 
Appointments from the Eli- 
gible List, Thomas Gardner 
District, Olga A. Larson, 
teacher, kindergarten — sal- 
ary should read $9300, in- 
stead of $8600. 

May 26, 1966— Under Ap- 
pointments from the Eligible 
List, Department of Physi- 
cal Education, Josephine Mi- 
klasiewicz Moynihan, teach- 
er, high school — salary 
should read $6700, instead 
of $5500. 

June 2, 1966 — Under Ap- 
pointments from the Eligible 
List, Boston Technical High 
School, Leo T. Mavrelis, sen- 
ior instructor— salary should 
read $7500, instead of $7700. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 



The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported to the 
School Committee: 

I regretfully report the 
death of the following 
named custodians: 

Mozart School — John De- 
vine, senior building cus- 
todian, July 23, 1966. 

James Otis School —Frank 
Marino, junior building cus- 
todian, July 9, 1966. 

Placed on file. 



RESIGNATIONS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting the resigna- 
tion of the following-named 
teachers, to take effect on 
the dates stated: 

Girls' Latin School — 
Paula W. Garrity, teacher, 
high school, June 30, 1966. 

Dorchester High School-- 
Diane M. Donnellan, teach- 
er, high school, June 30, 
1966. 

East Boston High School 
— Katherine C. Jackson, 
teacher, high school, June 
30, 1966. 

Harvard District — Cath- 
erine Tiernan Galgon, teach- 
er, primary, June 30, 1966. 

John A. Andrew District 
— Roseleen Catalano, teach- 
er, primary, June 30, 1966. 

Jefferson District — Steph- 
anie Wittnebel Mossman, 
teacher, primary, June 30, 
1966. 

John Winthrop District — 
Mary P. O'Connor, teacher, 
primary, July 12, 1966. 

Julia Ward Howe District 
— Helen Harrington Jordan, 
teacher of reading, June 30, 
1966. 

Martin District — Eileene 
C. Phillips, teacher, kinder- 
garten, June 30, 1966 

Mary E. Curley Junior 
High School — David N. 
Parker, teacher, junior high, 
Aug- 31, 1966. 

Mather District — Eleanor 
Provo, teacher, primary, 
June 30, 1966. 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
High School — John A. 
O'Leary, teacher, junior 
high, June 23, 1966. 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — Mary C. 
Fenton, teacher, junior 
high, Aug. 31, 1966. 

Prince District — Judith 
A. Harty, teacher, primary, 



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267 



Aug. 31, 1966; Virginia Si- 
cotte, teacher, primary, 
June 30, 1966. 

Solomon Lewenberg Jun- 
ior High School — Ellen A. 
Coughlin, teacher, junior 
high, Aug. 31, 1966. 

Thomas A. Edison Junior 
High School — William M. 
Lehto, teacher, junior high, 
June 30, 1966. 

Washington Irving Jun- 
ior High School — Virginia 
A. King, teacher, junior 
high, June 30, 1966. 

Dept. of School Health 
Services — Kathryn Yager 
Callahan, R.N., school nurse, 
June 30, 1966. 

Accepted. 

RETIREMENT ON 
PENSION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of July 
28, 1966, reporting the re- 
tirement from active service 
of the following-named 
members of the State-Bos- 
ton Retirement System, to 
take effect July 31, 1966, as 
certified by the Boston Re- 
tirement Board: 

Julia Ward Howe District 
— Pearl I. Johnson, teacher, 
elementary. 

Dept. of Vocational Edu- 
cation and Industrial Arts — 
Walter J. Bonetzky. 

Placed on file. 

WITHDRAWAL OF 
APPOINTMENTS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of July 
28, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and at 
the request of the teacher 
concerned, he has withdrawn 
the appointment of the fol- 
lowing-named teacher, who 
was appointed under Title 
I-ESEA-Project 6-035-004, 
Enrichment Program for El- 
ementary, Junior High and 
Senior High Schools, and 
presented at the meeting of 
May 2, 1966: 

Harvard District — Pa- 
tricia A. Atkinson, teacher, 
elementary TV- VI ($5500— 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the withdrawal of ap- 
pointment was approved by 



the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. H'oks, 
Messrs. Lee, MoDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstarlt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that, subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, and at 
the request of the teachers 
concerned, he has with- 
drawn the following appoint- 
ments as presented at the 
following meetings: 

May 16, 1966 James P. 
Timilty Junior High School 
— Claire E. Brennan, teach- 
er, junior high ($5800— an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Boston Latin School — 
Mabel S. Ryan, librarian 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1 ). Sent 1. 1966. 

May 26. 1966 Patrick F. 
Gavin Junior High School 
— Beverly Elftman Bloom- 
field, teacher, junior high 
($5500 — ■ anniversary date 
Sept. 1 ), Sent. 1, 1966. 

June 2, 1966 Boston Tech- 
nical High School Manuel 
B o g i s, senior instructor 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the withdrawal of ap- 
pointments was approved 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

APPOINTMENTS 

The following nominations 
by the Superintendent, cer- 
tified by him as being in ac- 
cordance with the rules 
and regulations, to take ef- 
fect on the dates indicated, 
were presented: 

BY PROMOTION 

Board of Examiners — Paul 
J. Sullivan, chief examiner 
(from examiner), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Boston Latin School — 
James D. Donovan, head of 
department (from junior 
master), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Boston Technical High 
School — Alfred F. Car- 
penito, head of department 
(from junior master), Sept. 
1, 1966. 



18 JULY 28, 1966 


Thomas H. Wall, assistant 


Oliver Wendell Holmes 


head master (from assistant 


Junior High School — John 


director, Dept. of Teacher 


R. Mullen, assistant princi- 


Placement), Sept. 1, 1966. 


pal (from junior master, 


Dorchester High School — 


Boston Technical High 


Helen F. Burns, head of de- 


School), Sept. 1, 1966. 


partment (from guidance 


Rice-Franklin District — 


counselor G i r 1 s' High 


John W- McCue, assistant 


School), Sept. 1, 1966. 


principal (from teacher, 


English High School — 


junior high, Grover Cleve- 


Francis G. Power, assistant 


land Junior High School), 


head master (from guidance 


Sept. 1, 1966. 


counselor, Boston Technical 


Solomon Lewenberg Jun- 


High School), Sept. 1, 1966. 


ior High School — James J. 


Girls' High School — Helen 


Buckley, assistant principal 


D. Joyce, assistant head 


(from teacher, junior high), 


master (from head of de- 


Sept. 1, 1966. 


partment Dorchester High 


Classes for Conservation 


School), Sept. 1, 1966. 


of Eyesight — Mary M- 


Hyde Park High School — 


Keefe, supervisor (from 


Jeremiah J. Botelho, assis- 


teacher), Sept. 1, 1966. 


tant head master (from 


On roll call, the rules 


head of department, South 


were suspended and the ap- 


Boston High School), Sept. 


pointments approved by the 


1, 1966. 


following vote: 


South Boston High School 


YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 


— William G. Maguire, head 


Messrs. Lee, MoDonough, 


of department (from junior 


O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 


master, Charlestown High 


NAYS— 


School), Sept. 1, 1966. 


— 


Bigelow District — Thomas 


Subject to the approval 


L. Collins, assistant princi- 


of the School Committee, 


pal (from teacher, junior 


the Superintendent nomi- 


high, Woodrow Wilson Jun- 


nated the persons named 


ior High School), Sept. 1, 


below to the school or dis- 


1966. 


trict and with the rank in- 


Christopher Gibson Dis- 


dicated in each case, for the 


trict—William J. Collins, 


school year ending August 


assistant principal (from 


31, 1966, and certified that 


teacher, elementary, Elihu 


their appointments are in 


Greenwood District), Sept. 


accordance with the regu- 


1, 1966. 


lations of the School Com- 


Dillaway District — M. 


mittee. 


Gregory Toupouzis, assistant 


These appointments are 


principal (from teacher, 


offered subject to the can- 


elementary H a r t-Gaston- 


didates meeting the require- 


Perry District), Sept. 1, 


ments of the Rules of the 


1966. 


School Committee of the 


Dwight District — Henry 


City of Boston relating to 


J. Hurley, assistant principal 


certificates of qualification 


(from teacher, elementary 


and Section 38G of Chapter 


Roger Wolcott District) , 


71 of the General Laws of 


Sept 1, 1966. 


the Commonwealth of Mas- 


John A. Andrew District 


sachusetts, relating to teach- 


— Jeanne A. Sullivan, as- 


er certification. 


sistant principal (from 


In the event that any per- 


teacher, elementary John 


son appointed by this order 


Marshall District), Sept. 1, 


fails to comply with the 


1966. 


Rules of the School Com- 


John Fitzgerald Kennedy 


mittee of the City of Bos- 


District — George F. Gup- 


ton relating to certificates 


till, assistant principal 


of qualification and Section 


(from teacher, elementary 


38G of Chapter 71 of the 


Francis Parkman, District), 


General Laws of the Com- 


Sept. 1, 1966. 


monwealth of Massachusetts 


Mary E. Curley Junior 


relating to teacher certifica- 


High School — Allen J. 


tion, on or before August 


Prince, assistant principal 


31, 1966, then the apoint- 


(from teacher, junior high), 


ment of such person herein 


Sept. 1, 1966. 


made shall be null and void. 



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269 



(FROM THE ELIGIBLE 
LIST) 

Boston Trade High School 
— Robert S- Lawrence, trade 
instructor ($7700 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Agassiz District Alice 
Ohanasian, teacher, primary 
($5800 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 
Dearborn District — Carol 
Cassidy Baumgart, teacher, 
primary ($5500 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept 1, 
1966. 

Jane Dankmyer, teacher 
elementary IV- VI ($5500 — 
anniversary date Sept 1). 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Donald McKay - Samuel 
Adams District — Carolyn 
E. Spina, teacher, elemen- 
tary IV-VI ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sent- 
1, 1966. 

Dwight District — Judith 
A. Ridlon, teacher, elemen- 
tary IV-VI ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept- 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Elihu Greenwood District 
— Elizabeth McLaughlin 
Teehan, teacher, primary 
($6400 — anniversary date 
Sent. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Horace Mann School for 
the Deaf — Judith Kopecky 
Martindale, teacher, ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

John Winthrop District — 
Judith Smith Lebow, teach- 
er, primary ($6300 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Minot District — Mary L. 
Ford, teacher, primary 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Eileen McGrath, teacher, 
primary ($5800 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
High School — Sandra E. 
Dabrowski, teacher, iunior 
high ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 
Solomon Lewenberg Jun- 
ior High School — Jacqueline 
Coates Spinney, teacher, 
junior high ($6000 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Thomas Gardner District 
— Mary M. Coyle, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI — ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 



Brighton High School — 
Claire E. Brennan, teacher, 
high school ($5800 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

South Boston High School 
— Joan E. Melanson, teach- 
er, high school ($5500 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept- 1, 1966. 

Dept. of School Health Ser- 
vices — Alice M. Noonan, 
school nurse ($8340 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept- 
1, 1966. 

Virginia Rollins Erland- 
son, school nurse ($4980 — 
anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments approved by the 
f ollowing : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDcnough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt— 5 

NAYS— 

(CHANGE IN RANK) 

Boston Trade High School 
— Harry G. McCrone, senior 
instructor (from junior mas- 
ter, Boston Latin School), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dorchester High School — 
Francis A. Lattarulo, junior 
master (from senior instruc- 
tor, Boston Trade High 
School), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Hyde Park High School — 
Vincent Magno, cooperative 
instructor (from trade in- 
structor, Boston Trade High 
School), Sept. 1, 1966- 

Jamaica Plain High 
School — Gordon F. Dunn, 
junior master (from senior 
instructor, Boston Trade 
Hi^h School), Sept. 1, 1966- 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ments were approved by the 
following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, MeDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

DEPARTMENT OF 

ADULT EDUCATIONAL 

AND RECREATIONAL 

ACTIVITIES 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of July 
28, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has appointed the following- 
named persons for service 
in the Department of Adult 
Educational and Recrea- 



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tional Activities, under 
Title II B, Adult Basic Edu- 
cation, Economic Oppor- 
tunity Act of 1964: 

Teacher — Joseph A. Ni- 
osi, July 5, 1966. 

Teacher Aides — Anne L. 
Brinkert, June 28, 1966, 
Nancy M. Nolan, July 7, 
1966, John R. Young, June 
23, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that subject 
to approval of the School 
Committee, he has appoint- 
ed the following-named per- 
sons for service in the sum- 
mer review schools, for the 
term 1966: 

High 

Assistant — Edward Fo- 
garty, June 27. 

Assistant — Richard E. 
Von Handorf, June 30. 

Junior High 

Assistant — Helen Mur- 
phy, June 27. 

Assistant — Roger Am- 
ann, July 6. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt- -5 

NAYS— 



(Extended Use Division) 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of July 
28, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has assigned the follow- 
ing-named persons to serve 
in the Department of Adult 
Educational and Recrea- 
tional Activities, Extended 
Use Division for the term 
1966-67: 

(To take effect Oct. 5, 
1966) 



Re-assignments 
Club Leaders 
Phyllis Abruzzi, Eda An- 
tonellis, Margaret Antonel- 
lis, Elisabeth Baliyko, John 
I. Barr, Gertrude Barret, 
Jessie L. Barry, Mary Bim- 
ber, Ethel H. Blute, Marie 
A. Bond, Giovanni Boscarini, 
Margaret E. Breslin, Harold 
W. Burnham, Anna M. 
Burns, Robert W. Bushlow. 
Gladys R. Butler, Rose A. 
Butler, Irene L. Christenson, 
Zelda M. Clark, Mary Kane 
Coombs, Lena M. Cornetta, 
Clara G. Corrado, Mary V. 
Cosco, Catherine M. Coyle, 
Anna M. Coyne, Nancyann 
T. Coyne, James F. Daly, 
Jr., Anna D'Ambrosio, Jes- 
sie C. Davies, Angelina De- 
Rosa, Eugene DeSaulniers, 
Mary Desmarais, Raffaela 
E. DiPaolo, Helen T. Domu- 
rat, Alma P. Donahue, 
Helen E. Doty, Alice M. 
Dundon, William Eagar, 
Gertrude E. Ennis, Barbara 
A. Evans, Frederick L. 
Faulstitch, Joseph F. Filip- 
pone, Anne R. Fleming, 
Margaret Flynn, Helen M. 
Foley, Attilio J. Giampa, 
Lucy Giarle, Louis J. Gold- 
rick, Katherine T. Griffin, 
Francis Guastalli, Marie 
Guercio, Antoinette E. Guz 
zo, Edith F. Healy. Irene F. 
Herlihy, Agnes A. Higgins, 
Winifred L. Hinds, Vivian 
Hodge, Matthew T. Hoey, 
Ethel H. Horgan, Grace A. 
Horgan, John F. Kelliher, 
Jerome F. Kennedy, Mabel 
M. Kerwin, Domenic D. 
Lacedra, James F. Lally, 
Kathleen M. Lamir, Joseph 
D. Larkin, Lillian A. Lau- 
rano, Thomas B. Lavin, 
Harold J. Lawlor, Americo 
Lelli, Francis M. Lentini, 
Charles A. Lidbergh, Gan- 
dolfa L. Lima, Louise A. 
Linehan, Edwin M. Luippold, 
Rose Lyman, Dina Malgeri, 
Helen F. McCauley, Ed- 
ward A. McKenney, Bar- 
bara J. McLean. 

Genevieve L. Merritt, 
Anne D. Molloy, Margaret 
M. Moore, Beverly A. Mul- 
holland, Anna E. Nash, Ina 
Nenortas, Phyllis M. Nigro, 
Daniel J. Nolan, Robert E. 
Nordgren, Elizabeth A. 
O'Brien, D. Frank O'Connor, 
Dorothy O'Neil, Joseph M. 
O'Neil, Anna M. O'Neill, 
Rose Pantano, Rose M. Pea- 



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cock, Mary M. Penta, Cor- 
netta Pepicelli, Ethel M. 
Peruoco, Norman Raum, 
Florence C. Rider, Florence 
Rogers, Wanita S. Rose, 
Sadie L. Rosenberg, Dorothy 
F. Ross, Eileen T. Ruane, 
Dorothy E. Ryan, Tomasina 
Santoro, Eleanor C. Scan- 
nell, Esther Schawbel, Rosa- 
lie Schlosberg, Marie A. Se- 
ward, Dorothy M. Sharp, 
Elena L. Siravo, John D. 
Sudanowicz, Virginia M. 
Sullivan, Frederick L. Uriot, 
Vincent Veneziano, Marga- 
ret E. Vogel, Elvira D. Webb, 
Ruth A. Woods, Eva R. 
Worshofsky, Richard Wor- 
ster, Charlotte F. Yacker, 
Carl R. Zidel. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

INSTRUCTION OF 

PHYSICALLY 

HANDICAPPED 

CHILDREN 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has assigned 
Helene Markey as a tempo- 
rary teacher for instruction 
of physically handicapped 
children to take effect June 
16, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 



LIST OF TEMPORARY 
TEACHERS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of July 
28, 1968, submitting under 
the provisions of Section 
265 paragraph 3 of the reg- 
ulations, the following list 
of teachers approved by him 
from which assignments 
may be made for provision- 
al service: 



Mary B. Adams, Frederic 
N. Agnctta Paul M. Allen, 
Mary K. Barbieri, Jacque- 
line A. Barry, Elizabeth 
Romberg Bernstein, Thomas 
M. Britt, Jr., Anne Lindsey 
Bryan, Phihp Coakley, Su- 
san Colton 

James B. Higgins, Anne 
R. Hiller, John B. Kennedy, 
James R. Kinsella, Harriet 
Green berg Kohn, Joan De- 
VyJder Kumpitch, Linda 
Jane Leavitt Daniel Charles 
Leclerc, Adele Dorothy Lev- 
in, Sarita Lief. 

James M. Connolly, Bren- 
da Ellen Corcoran, Jean 
Strassberg Easton, Goldie 
M. Grossman Finstein, Paul 
H. Francis, Elaine Gribben 
Fried, Marie Solly Frisardi, 
Frank A. Gagliardi, Dona 
M. Garcia, Mary E. Gillen, 
John F. Glynn, Jr., Sandra 
H e r m e 1, Joan Erickson 
Hershberger, Michael D. 
Lyons, Winnitred A. Mac- 
Donald, Marilyn C. Mainelli, 
Kristin Majercik, Louis P. 
Merelli, Marilyn Marks, Su- 
sanne H. Minehan, Marie 
DiMarzio Montisano, John 

D. Mooney, Alice G. Nixon, 
Carole Vilchis Ottesen, Mary 

E. Parkins Perez, Jeanie 
Piper. 

Walter Popper, Bernadette 
Reid, P. Diann Benningfield 
Ring, Barbara Pasato Ryan, 
Harriet Orlov Schwartz, 
Joan Scully, Frances B. 
Sebra, Mary aim E. Sheehan, 
Susan Sorkin Sibley, Patri- 
cia E. Sullivan Janice M. 
Sweeney, Nancy Tarlin, An- 
thony M. Taverna, Maryann 
Stockus, Milton H. Taylor, 
George Tenney, William 
Tinkham, Israel Volinsky, 
Maureen F. Leonard Walker, 
Elizabeth A. Wall, Judith 
West, A. Leon Wheeler, Con- 
nie L. Wram, Maryann 
Zabilski. 

Clyde E. Andrews, Jr., 
Mary E. Barys, Richard 
Burns, James M. Busch, An- 
gelo Louis Cesario, Geor- 
gette B. Deraney, Vincent 
J. Donovan Rita Hurley 
Fahey, Michael F. Ford, 
Penny Freed Gulbenkian, 
Raymond J. Gutowski, Ken- 
neth J. Hayes, Carol A. 
Juszkiewicz, Carol O. Kas- 
per, Louise M. Kaye, Thom- 
as J. Keller, Ruth A. Kelley, 
Katheryne Graves Ken- 
drick, Carol A. Levin, Frank 



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J. Longo, Nancy MacKay, 
Margaret A. McCusker, 
Phoebe Elinor Moyer, Ann 
C. Murphy John Joseph 
Murray, Jr., John J. O'Cal- 
lahan. 

Frances Quick Ortega, 
Werner K. Ostmann, Mary 
Jo Schwartz O'Sullivan, Vin- 
cent A. Pappalardo, Caro- 
line C. Perkins, Ann G. Pet- 
tetit, Janina L. Potsaid, Bea- 
trice M. Rizzo, Gertrude 
Dixon Sheiman, Joseph R. 
Sullivan, Jr. Mary L. Sulli- 
van, George Allen Swartz, 
Mattie Ruin Terry, Ann R. 
Tucker, Diana Powell Wal- 
ton, Julia K. Wilson, Emily 
Brown Harris. 

On roll call, the list of 
teachers was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

(TOOLKEEPERS) 

Boston Trade High School 
— William F. Arrigal, 
Thomas P. Burns, Thomas 
J. Harrington, Albert T. 
Homsy, Melvin Johnston, 
Thomas McNulty, Frederick 
F. O'Brien, William A. O'- 
Keefe, Julius L. Smith and 
Frederick J. Viles, Sept. 8, 
1966. 

On roll call, the appoint- 
ments were approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting subject to 
the approval of the School 
Committee, that he has 
discontinued the leave of ab- 
sence for maternity granted 
to the following named 
teacher to take effect on 
the date stated: 

Donald McKay-Samuel 
Adams District — Lois Rug- 
giero Bartolimi, teacher, 
primary, September 8, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 






O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 
NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under dtte of July 28, 
1966 recommending subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, that leave of 
absence without pay be re- 
scinded as requested by the 
following named person : 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — Mary Mc- 
Nally Johnston, assistant 
principal, September 1, 1966 
to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was rescinded by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of July 28, 
1966, recommending subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, that leave of ab- 
sence for study and travel 
be rescinded for the follow- 
ing named teacher: 

English High S c h o o 1 — 
Jacob Aronson, junior mas- 
ter, September 1, 1966 to 
August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was rescinded by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that the 
leave of absence without pay 
for maternity be granted to 
the following named teacher 
to take effect on the date in- 
dicated, and to continue un- 
til terminated by the Super- 
intendent with the approval 
of the School Committee, 
provided that such leave 
shall be for a period of at 
least three months after the 
date of birth, and provided 
further that no such leave 
shall in any event exceed 
eighteen months: 



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Norcross District — Ann 
Marie Amendolare, teacher, 
elementary — terminate 
leave June 30, 1966, new 
leave to take effect July 1, 
1966. 

Jefferson District -- Ellen 
T. Quinn, teacher, primary, 
July 11, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of July 28, 
1966, recommending that 
leave of absence without pay 
for maternity be granted to 
the following named teachers 
to take effect on the dates 
indicated, and to continue 
until terminated by the Su- 
perintendent with the ap- 
proval of the School Com- 
mittee, provided that such 
leave shall be for a period 
of at least three months 
after the date of birth, and 
provided further that no 
such leave shall in any event 
exceed eighteen months: 

Roger Wolcott District — 
Irene M. Sheeran teacher, 
sub-special class, July 1, 
1966. 

Bigelow District — Ann T. 
Sullivan, teacher, primary. 
June 25, 1966. 

William Howard Taft, Jr. 
High School — Janet A. De- 
laney, teacher, junior high, 
July 8, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, underd ate of July 28, 
1966, recommending subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence without pay 
be granted to the following 
named person for the term 
specified: 



William Lloyd Garrison 
District — Pauline Morris, 
teacher, elementary, Sep- 
tember 1, 1966 to August 
31, 1967. 

Jefferson District — Vir- 
ginia F. Bluhm, teacher, pri- 
mary, September 1, 1966 to 
August, 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of July 28, 
1966 recommending subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, ana under sus- 
pension of the regulations, 
that leave of absence with- 
out pay be granted to the 
following named person for 
the term specified: 

Edward T. Sullivan, prin- 
cipal, assigned to the office 
of the Superintendent, Sep- 
tember 1, 1966 to August 31, 
1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file, and under a 
suspension of the regula- 
tions, the leave of absence 
was granted by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 

TRANSFERS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of July 
28, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has made the following 
transfers of teachers from 
Title I-ESEA-Project 6-035- 
004, Enrichment Program 
for Elementary, Junior High 
and Senior High Schools, to 
take effect Sept. 1, 1966: 

Margaret F. Carty, re- 
search assistant, to Depart- 
ment of Educational Inves- 
tigation and Measurement. 

Lawrence J. Hagerty, re- 
search assistant, to Depart- 
ment of Educational Inves- 
tigation and Measurement. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 



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call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
D' Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that, subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
made the following trans- 
fers of teachers to Title I— 
ESEA — Project 6-035-003, 
Model Demonstration Sub- 
system, to take effect Sept. 
1, 1966: 

Madeleine Andrews, guid- 
ance adviser, Oliver W. 
Holmes Junior High School, 
to the same position in the 
Lewis Junior High School. 

Muriel Carlson, guidance 
adviser, Grover Cleveland 
Junior High School, to the 
same position in the Lewis 
Junior High School. 

Mary A. Filippone, teach- 
er, junior high, William 
Howard Taft Junior High 
School, to teacher of art, in 
the Jefferson District. 

Joseph Ford, guidance ad- 
viser, Clarence R. Edwards 
Junior High School, to the 
same position in the Lewis 
Junior High School. 

George J. Lerra, teacher, 
junior high, Dearborn Dis- 
trict, to the same position 
in the Harvard District. 

Mildred Silverman White, 
teacher, junior high, Oliver 
W. Holmes Junior High 
School, to teacher of art, in 
the Dudley District. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 
NAYS— 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
made the following trans- 
fers of teachers, to take 
effect Sept. 1, 1966: 

Robin LaTorraca Banks, 
teacher, kindergarten, Julia 
Ward Howe District, to the 



same position in the Francis 
Parkman District. 

Edward S. Carlevale, jun- 
ior master, Girls' High 
School, to the same position 
in the English High School. 

Barbara Sutton Casey, 
teacher, elementary, Beetho- 
ven District, to the same 
position in the Charles Sum- 
ner District. 

James E. Connell, as- 
sistant principal, John A. 
Andrews District, to the 
same position in the Minot 
District. 

Mary Devlin Churchill, 
teacher, elementary, Julia 
Ward Howe District, to the 
same position m the Wash- 
ington Allston District. 

Jean M. Crawford, teacher, 
primary, John Winthrop 
District, to the same position 
in the Patrick F. Lyndon 
District. 

William J. Kenedy, teach- 
er, special class, Solomon 
Lewenberg Junior High 
School, to the same position 
in the Thomas A. Edison 
Junior High School. 

Mary V. Leaver, teacher, 
elementary, Dwight District, 
to the same position in the 
Charles Sumner District. 

Frances Murphy Leddy, 
teacher, elementary, Mary 
Hemenway District, to the 
same position in the Minot 
District. 

Elizabeth E. Leonard, 
teacher, special class, Clar- 
ence R. Edwards Junior 
High School, to the same 
position in the Christopher 
Gibson District. 

William R. MacDougall, 
teacher, elementary, Prince 
District, to the same position 
in the Bennett District. 

Albert J. Madden, teacher, 
special class, Dearborn Dis- 
trict, to the same position 
in the Solomon Lewenberg 
Junior High School. 

Myra Mazer, teacher, spe- 
cial class, Mather District, 
to the same position in the 
Horace Mann School for the 
Deaf. 

Virginia M. McCoy, teach- 
er, elementary, Beethoven 
District, to the same posi- 
tion in the Charles Sumner 
District. 

Frederick F. Meagher, 
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275 



High School, to the same 
position in the Boston Tech- 
nical High School. 

Lillian McCarthy Mitch- 
ell, teacher, elementary, 
Dearborn District, to the 
same position in the Pat- 
rick F. Lyndon, District. 

Annette Ilslcy O'Brien, 
teacher, kindergarten, Wil- 
liam L. Garrison District, to 
the same position in the 
Jefferson District. 

Ruth A. O'Melia, teacher, 
elementary, Dudley-Hyde- 
Everett District, to the same 
position in the Francis 
Parkman District. 

Catherine Harrington 
O'Neill, teacher, special 
class, James P. Timilty 
Junior High School, to the 
same position in the Wood- 
row Wilson Junior High 
School. 

Patricia F. Pendergast, 
teacher, elementary, Dwight 
District, to the same posi- 
tion in the Charles Sumner 
District. 

Mary C. Rogers, teacher, 
elementary, Bigelow Dis- 
trict, to the same position 
in the John A. Andrew Dis- 
trict. 

Julianne DeFranzo Sala- 
mone, teacher, primary, 
Theodore Lyman District, 
to the same position in the 
Emerson District. 

Robert E Scigliano, 
teacher, special class, Don- 
ald McKay-Samuel Adams 
District, to the same position 
in the Clarence R. Edwards 
District. 

Michaila K. Sheehan, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
Prince District, to the same 
position in the Dwight Dis- 
trict. 

Sherrie Teplitz Dawn, 
teacher, elementary rV-VI, 
Prince District, to the same 
position in the Minot Dis- 
trict. 

Loretta J. DeSesa, teach- 
er, elementary, Henry Grew 
District, to the same posi- 
tion in the Chapman Dis- 
trict. 

William Devore, assistant 
head master, English High 
School, to the same position 
in the Girls' Latin School. 

Dolores Cashman Donog- 
hue, teacher, junior high, 
Clarence R. Edwards Junior 



High School, to the same 
position in the Frank V. 
Thompson School. 

Paul Donovan, assistant 
principal, Solomon Lewen- 
bcrg Junior High School, to 
the same position in the 
Martin District. 

Edmund F. Doyle, teacher, 
special class, Henry L. Hig- 
ginson District, to the same 
position in the Solomon 
Lewenberg Junior High 
School. 

Frances Conley Dunton, 
teacher, special class, Sol- 
omon Lewenberg Junior 
High School, to the same 
position in the Emily A. Fi- 
field District. 

Alicia M. Feltman, teach- 
er, special class, Patrick T. 
Campbell Junior High 
School, to the same position 
in the Girls' High School. 

Alexander R. F e r r a r o, 
teacher, special class, Pat- 
rick F. Gavin Junior High 
School, to the same position 
in the Donald McKay-Sam- 
uel Adams District. 

Lillian Bistany Foley, 
teacher, junior high, Pat- 
rick F. Gavin Junior High 
School, to the same posi- 
tion in the Washington Irv- 
ing Junior High School. 

Roland N. Fontaine, head 
of department, Boston Latin 
School, to the same position 
in the Roslindale High 
School. 

Esther Saranga Gordon, 
teacher, primary, William 
Lloyd Garrison District, to 
the same position in the Paul 
A. Dever District. 

Lorraine F Hamilton, 
teacher, junior high, Wash- 
ington Irving Junior High 
School, to the same position 
in the Martin District. 

Thomas M. Hand, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI, Phillips 
Brooks District, to the same 
position in the John Fitz- 
gerald Kennedy District. 

Alice M. Hopkins, teacher, 
special class, James P. Tim- 
ilty Junior High School, to 
the same position in the 
Washington Irving Junior 
High School. 

Catherine E Hulse, teach- 
er, primary, Christopher 
Gibson District, to the same 
position in the Thomas 
Gardner District. 



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Francis A. Hurley, as- 
sistant principal, Christopher 
Gibson District, to the 
same position in the Martin 
District. 

Marie Dierkes Hyland, 
teacher, kindergarten, John 
Fitzgerald Kennedy Dis- 
trict, to the same position 
in the Beethoven District. 

Rocco A. Jesso, teacher, 
special class. Joseph H. 
Barnes Junior High School, 
to the same position in the 
East Boston High School. 

Corinne J. Shorr, teacher, 
kindergarten, Julia Ward 
Howe District, to the same 
position in the Rice Frank- 
lin District. 

Isabel Baione Silva, 
teacher, kindergarten, Julia 
Ward Howe District, to the 
same position in the Rice 
Franklin District. 

Ruth Waggett Sullivan, 
teacher, special class, Emer- 
son District, to the same 
position in the Joseph H. 
Barnes Junior High School. 

Frank J. Toland, teacher, 
junior high, Patrick T. Cam- 
bell Junior High School, to 
the same position in the Wil- 
liam Barton Rogers Junior 
High School. 

Alma M. Valorosi, teacher, 
elementary, William E. En- 
dicott District, to the same 
position in the M. Gertrude 
Godvin School 

Nicholas C. Vertullo, 
teacher, junior high, Joseph 
H. Barnes Junior High 
School, to the same position 
in the William Barton 
Rogers Junior High School. 

Estelle Rubin Weinberger, 
teacher, elementary, Jeffer- 
son District, to the same 
position in the Francis 
Parkman District. 

Agnes T. Wellings, assist- 
ant principal, James P. 
Timilty Junior High School, 
to the same position in the 
Bennett District. 

Ruth Sterling Wetherby, 
teacher, junior high, Lewis 
Junior High School, to the 
same position in the Grover 
Cleveland Junior High 
School. 

Samuel White, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI, Mather 
District, to the same posi- 
tion in the M. Gertrude God- 
vin School. 



The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

ASSIGNMENTS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teachers to The Mod- 
el Demonstration Subsys- 
tem, Title I, ESEA, Project 
6-035-003, at the salaries in- 
dicated, to take effect Sep- 
tember 1, 1966 and to con- 
tinue for the school year 
ending August 31, 1967, un- 
les otherwise ordered: 

Boston Technical High 
School— Thomas B. Lavin, 
master, to curriculum de- 
sign specialist, senior high — 
$9800.00. 

Brighton High School- 
Joseph F. Carey, head of de- 
partment, to administrative 
coordinator, Office of Pro- 
gram Development — 
$14,210.00, for 11 months. 

Christopher Gibson Dis- 
trict— J. Lillian Klein, 
teacher, kindergarten, to 
teacher, kindergarten — 
$9300.00 

Dillaway District — Evelyn 
H. Zintz, teacher, kindergar- 
ten, to teacher, pre-kinder- 
garten— $9800.00 

Girls' High School — Al- 
exander F. Galarneaux, head 
of department, to curricu- 
lum design specialist, senior 
high— $10,900.00 

Michael E. Tulysewski, as- 
sistant instructor, to cur- 
riculum design specialist, 
senior high— $9300.00 

Grace R. Whittaker, head 
of department, to education- 
al specialist, senior high — 
$13,965.00, for 11 months. 

Elihu Greenwood District 
— Francis V. Brow, assistant 
principal, to program ana- 
lyst, Office of Program De- 
velopment— $14,210.00, for 
11 months. 

English High School — 
John K. Keelon, junior mas- 
ter, to office manager, Of- 



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ficc of Program Develop- 
ment — $12,936.00 for 11 
months. 

Robert L. Murray, head 
of department, to curricu- 
lum design specialist, senior 
high— $11,000.00 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
trict— Hugh R. Solari, 
teacher, special class, to 
teacher, special class, ele- 
mentary— $9800.00 

John Winthrop District — 
Jane B. Fitzgerald, teacher, 
primary, to teacher, ele- 
mentary— $8600.00 

Joseph H. Barnes Junior 
High School— John P. Slat- 
tery, teacher, junior high, 
to curriculum design spe- 
cialist, junior high — $86- 
00.00. 

Julia Ward Howe Dis- 
trict—Joseph P. Abbott, 
teacher, elementary, to 
teacher, elementary — $98- 
00.00 

Martin District — Walter 
L. Sweeney, teacher, ele- 
mentary, to curriculum de- 
sign specialist, elementary 
—$7200.00. 

Minot District — Helen 
Farady Cotter, teacher, 
kindergarten, to educational 
specialist, early childhood 
—$13,965.00, for 11 months. 

Phillips Brooks District — 
Martin H. Hunt, teacher, 
elementary, to curriculum 
design specialist, elementary 
—$8200.00. 

Prince District — Victor A. 
Mclnnis, assistant princi- 
pal, to curriculum design 
specialist, junior high — $10,- 
700.00. 

Theodore Lyman District 
— George E. Murphy, assist- 
ant principal, to curriculum 
design specialist, elementary 
—$10,400.00. 

William T. McCann, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
to curriculum design spe- 
cialist, junior high — $7000.- 
00. 

Washington Irving Junior 
High School — Agnes A. 
O'Neil, teacher, junior high, 
to curriculum design specia- 
list, junior high— $9800.00. 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — Bernard H. Shulman, 
assistant principal, to edu- 
cational specialist, elemen- 
tary — $13,965,00, for 11 
months. 

William Lloyd Garrison 
District— Leo. M. Howard, 
assistant principal, to assist- 



ant principal, elementary — 
$10,700.00. 

Jack E. Koffman, teacher, 
elementary IV-VI, to teach- 
er, elementary— $6900. 

William Barton Rogers 
Junior High School — Robert 
C. Dever, teacher, junior 
high, to curriculum design 
specialist, junior high — 
$9300.00. 

Department of Educa- 
tional Investigation and 
Measurement — Anna T. 
Burke, research assistant — 
to research asisstant — 
$11,000.00. 

Mary I. Lipner, research 
assistant, to research as- 
sistant— $11,000.00. 

Department of Teacher 
Placement — Margaret M. 
Callahan, assistant director, 
to educational specialist (re- 
search) — $13,965.00, for 11 
months. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the folowing 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 0. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committe, he has assigned 
the following-named teach- 
ers, to take effect Sept. 1, 
1966, and to continue until 
otherwise ordered: 

Hyde Park High School — 
Jeremiah J. Botelho, assis- 
tant head master, to assis- 
tant director, Neighborhood 
Youth Corps In-Service Pro- 
gram. 

Trade High School for 
Girls — Phyllis Silverman To- 
bin, senior assistant, to 
Woodrow Wilson Junior 
High School. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — James L. Ea- 
gan, teacher, junior high, to 
teacher-coordinator, Title I, 
Project 6-035-051, Work 
Study Program. 

Lewis Junior High School 
— Patricia T. Brougham, 
teacher, junior high, to Girls' 
Latin School. 

Department of Home 
Economics — Teresa K. Con- 
nor, teacher of foods, junior 



278 



JULY 28, 1966 



high, to Horace Mann School 
for the Deaf; Katherine N. 
Ferrara, teacher of clothing, 
elementary to teacher of 
clothing, junior high; Kath- 
leen Carney Harrington, 
teacher of clothing, elemen- 
tary to teacher of clothing, 
junior high, Sarah W. Kim- 
ball, teacher of foods, junior 
high to teacher of clothing, 
junior high; Helen T. Mur- 
phy, teacher of clothing, ele- 
mentary to teacher of cloth- 
ing, junior high; Elsie M. 
Sullivan, teacher of foods, 
junior high, to Dept. of 
Special Classes. 
Dept. of Vocational Educa- 
tion and Industrial Arts — 
Arthur J. Workman, cooper- 
ative instructor, to Boston 
Vocational Technical In- 
stitute. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5. 

NAYS— 0. 

DESIGNATION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that he had 
made the following designa- 
tion to take effect July 18, 
1966 and to continue until 
Aug. 31,1966: 

Board of Examiners — Paul 
J. Sullivan, examiner, as act- 
ing chief examiner. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that he has 
made the following designa- 
tion of a teacher, to serve in 
the position indicated, until 
such time as it shall be 
filled otherwise, in accor- 
dance with the rules and 
regulations but not beyond 
Aug. 31, 1967: 

Dept. of School Health 
Services — Catherine A. 
Rogers, school nurse, as act- 
ing supervising nurse, Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that he has 
made the following designa- 



tion of a teacher, to serve 
in the position indicated, un- 
til such time as it shad be 
filled otherwise, in accor- 
dance with the rules and 
regulations: 

Rice-Franklin District — 
John R. Morrison, teacher, 
elementary, as acting assis- 
tant principal (vice Robert 
Conway, promotion), June 1, 
to June 23, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

HONORARY TITLES 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That in con- 
sideration of their many 
years of devoted and effi- 
cient service in the Boston 
Public Schools, the follow- 
ing-named members of the 
Boston School System, be 
granted the honorary titles 
indicated, to take effect 
July 1, 1966: 

Dept. of Elementary Sup- 
ervision — Johanna T. 
Daly, director emerita. 

John A. Andrew District 

— Edward J. Gill, principal 
emeritus. 

Thomas A. Edison Junior 
High School — William F. 
Mahoney, principal emer- 
itus. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS— 

REPORT ON MARRIED 
TEACHERS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of July 28, 
1966, reporting that in ac- 
cordance with the provisions 
of Section 283 of the regula- 
tions, the following-named 
female teachers have re- 
ported that they were mar- 
ried on the dates indicated: 

South Bosto- High School 

- -Elizabeth C. Dinn, teach- 
er, high school, married July 
2, 1966, new name Elizabeth 
Dinn Lombardi. 

Chapman District — Doris 
A. McCarthy, teacher, ele- 
mentary, married June 25, 
1966, new name Doris Mc- 
Carthy Schneider. 

Dillaway District — Janet 
P Bergman, teacher, elec- 
mentary IV-VI, married 
June 12, 1966, new name 



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279 



Janet Bergman Levinson. 

Edward Everett District — 
Geraldine Grosberg, teacher, 
primary, married June 26, 
1966, new name Geraldine 
Grosberg Kramer. 

Emerson District — Pa- 
tricia Memmolo, teacher, 
primary, married May 28, 
1966, new name Patricia 
Memmolo Chiango. 

Frank V. Thompson 
School— Claire M. Hagerty, 
teacher, junior high, married 
June 25, 1966, new name 
Claire Hagerty Brady. 

Hart-Gaston-Perry Dis- 
trict — Mary C. Caputo, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
married July 9, 1966, new 
name Mary Caputo Floren- 
tine 

Mather District — Mar- 
guerite C. Russell, teacher, 
primary, married May 26, 
1966, new name Marguerite 
Russell Wallace. 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — Susan 
F. Baker, teacher, junior 
high, married June 11, 1966, 
new name Susan Baker 
Warde. 

William Barton Rogers 
Junior High School — Susan 
R. Gallagher, teacher, jun- 
ior high, married June 17, 
1966, new name Susan Gal- 
lagher Hammond. 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — Jo-Ann Ferrara, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
married Aug. 20, 1966, new 
name Jo-Ann Ferrara Pepi- 
celli; Elizabeth Hughes, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
married Aug. 20, 1966, new 
name Elizabeth Hughes 
Craig; Helen M. Kallenberg, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
married June 25, 1966, new 
name Helen Kallenberg Wil- 
lis; Mary Maglione, teacher, 
primary, married July 17, 
1966, new name Mary Mag- 
lione Angelo. 

Placed on file. 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTION 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, The George 
E. Murphy, language arts 
specialist, Model Demon- 
stration Subsystem, is here- 
by authorized to attend the 
Philidelphia Public Schools, 
Philadelphia, Pa., May 23 
and 24, 1966, at a cost of 
eighty-five ($85) dollars, to 
be paid out of Title I funds. 



On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named cafeteria per- 
sonnel be authorized to at- 
tend the School Lunch 
Training Course, to be held 
at Stonehill College, North 
Easton, Massachusetts, Aug. 
28 to Sept. 2, 1966, at a 
cost to the city not to ex- 
ceed forty-seven ($47) dol- 
lars each: 

Nora J. Wheeler, Mary G. 
Mooney, Mary Johnson, 
Mary Verrochi, Agnes Col- 
lins, Rita J. Hussey, Helen 
J. MacDougall, Jeanne Ford. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

LIST OF AUTHORIZED 
TEXT BOOKS 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the re- 
vised edition of the follow- 
ing-named textbook is here- 
by authorized for use as in- 
dicated to take the place of 
the old edition of the same: 

Singer, Bertrand B. Basic 
Mathematics for Electricity 
and Electronics. cl965. Mc- 
Graw-Hill Book Company. 
List Price $7.50. f.o.b. ship- 
ping point. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

CERTIFICATING OFFICE 
The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Albert 
Levine, M. D., be assigned 
to duty in the Certificating 
Office during the school va- 
cation. Compensation to be 
at $15.00 per day and that 
only one physician will serve 
each day. 



280 



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On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough^ 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH 
CORPS 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Schedule of Salaries for 
Teachers, Members of the 
Supervising Staff and Cer- 
tain Others for the 1966- 
1967 School Year be a- 
mended by adding the fol- 
lowing after Order No. 23: 

24. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967 the Director, Neighbor- 
hood Youth Corps, shall be 
paid the salary for Group 7 
($14,700) in this salary 
schedule for eleven months' 
service. 

25. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967 the Assistant Director, 
Neighborhood Youth Corps, 
shall be paid the salary for 
Group 5-A ($12,936) in this 
salary schedule for eleven 
months' service. 

26. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967 the Director, Work 
Study Program, shall be 
paid the salary for Group 
5-A ($12,936) in this salary 
schedule for eleven months' 
service. 

27. ORDERED, That, for 
the year ending August 31, 
1967 the Job Supervisor, 
Work Study Program, shall 
be paid the minimum salary 
for Group 2 ($10,400) plus 
ten per cent (10%) for 
eleven months' service. 

On roll call, the orders 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt 
—5. 

NAYS— 0. 

MANPOWER 

DEVELOPMENT 

TRAINING CLASSES 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following: 

ORDERED, That each of 
the three MDTA Supervis- 
ors be paid at the rate of 
$7.00 per hour for seventy 



(70) additional hours of ser- 
vice during the month of 
August, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

SALARY OF HEAD 
ACCOUNT CLERKS 

Mrs. Hicks offered the 
following : 

ORDERED, That salary 
grade of Head Account 
Clerks be established Grade 
23 and that persons holding 
this title be placed on that 
step of the compensation 
plan to which their years of 
service entitle them to take 
effect Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

COURSE OF STUDY 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the ac- 
companying C u r r i culum 
Guide - Elementary Educa- 
tion, Grades I, II, III, is 
hereby adopted, and that 
four thousand (4,000) copies 
be printed as School Docu- 
ment No. 7-1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL LUNCHES 

Mr. Eisenstadt offered 
the following: 

ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary grade for Cafeteria 
Manager, Boston Technical 
High School, be changed 
from No. 12 to No. 14, to 
take effect September 1, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The following was of- 
fered: 



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281 



ORDERED, That the sal- 
ary grade of the Cafeteria 
Managers at the Donald Mc- 
Kay and Oliver Wendell 
Holmes Junior High Schools 
be changed from No. 8 to 
No. 10, to take effect Sep- 
tember 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

LUNCH PERIOD FOR 
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS 

Mr. Eisenstadt offered 
the following: 

ORDERED, That the 
lunch period in the Junior 
High Schools be not less 
than 25 minutes. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— Mr. O'Connor— 1 

RATIO PER PUPIL FOR 
GUIDANCE COUNSELORS 

Mr. O'Connor offered the 
following : 

ORDERED, That the Bos- 
ton School Committee adopt 
for its schools the estab- 
lished State Ratio of 400 
pupils per Guidance Coun- 
selor in the High Schools 
and 400 pupils per Guidance 
Adviser in the Junior High 
Schools. 

On roll call, the order 
passed bv the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

ADOPTION OF 

PROPOSED 

EDUCATIONAL 

PROGRAMS UNDER 

TITLE I 
The following was of- 
fered : 



ORDERED, That the 
School Committee adopt the 
Proposed Educational Pro- 
grams under Title I of the 
ESEA of 1965 for the 1966- 
67 school year. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

RACIAL IMBALANCE 

Mrs. Hicks offered the 
following: 

ORDERED, That the 
School Committee take up 
this matter on Racial Im- 
balance with its Counsel and 
bring suit in Court to ob- 
tain the money which right- 
fully belongs to the parents 
and children of Boston. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 
USE OF SCHOOL 
PROPERTY 

Mr. Eisenstadt offered 
the following: 

ORDERED, That permis- 
sion be granted to Reverend 
Oscar Westley, Pastor of 
Tabernacle, to use the land 
of the former site of the 
William Cullen Bryant, Ken- 
ilworth Street, Roxbury, un- 
til such time as the School 
Committee will claim it and 
that any claims for injuries 
or damages be assumed by 
the Reverend Oscar Westley 
while the site is under his 
jurisdiction. 

On roll call, the order 
passed bv the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
O'Connor and Eisenstadt — 5 

NAYS — 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest: 

MARY C. LAFFEY 
Acting Secretary 



City of Boston 
Printing «^^» Section 



AUGUST 5, 1966 



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CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



Aug. 5, 1966 
A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, at 
12:30 p. m., and adjourned 
at 12:52 p. m. 

Present: Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and O'Connor. 

Mr. Lee: As the oldest 
member here — and that does 
not mean oldest in terms of 
years, of course, but oldest 
in having first started to 
serve on this Committee — I 
am acting as Chairman pro 
tern, for the purpose of 
electing a chairman; pro 
tern.? 

Secretary: Yes. 
Mr. Lee: May we have the 
nominations? 

Mr. O'Connor: I move 
that the oldest member of 
the School Committee as- 
sume the Chair for this 
meeting — in point of service. 
Mrs. Hicks: Mr. Lee. 
Mr. McDonough: Mr. Lee. 
Mr. O'Connor: Mr. Lee. 
Mr. Lee: AH right — my- 
self. 

Mr. Lee: Then, gentlemen, 
may I ask the Secretary 
was there some message 
that you brought to my at- 
tention that should be in- 
troduced now? 

Secretary: The message, I 
think, Mr. Lee. should be in- 
troduced after the orders 
have been read. 

Mr. Lee: This was a mes- 
sage from the Chairman? 
Secretary: From the 
Chariman, yes. 

Mr. Lee: He is absent on 
vacation and out of town? 

Secretary: That's right, 
Mr. Lee, he is out of town. 
Mr. Lee: Now we don't 
have a formal agenda. Am 
I right on that or do we 
have a formal agenda, Mr. 
Suoerin tendent ? 

Superintendent: There are 
proposed orders, Mr. Chair- 
man, that were prepared by 
the Corporation Counsel 
which the Secretary of the 
School Committee has. I 



would say that this would 
constitute the agenda for 
this meeting. 

Mr. Lee: In the direction 
of providing for legal coun- 
sel? 

Superintendent: This is 
correct. 

Mr. Lee: In regard to the 
interests of ourselves and 
the children in any alterca- 
tions that are damaging the 
school system as they were 
told on Monday? 

Superintendent: That's 
right, in reference to Chap- 
ter 641. 

Mr. Lee: That is the law 
against racial imbalance? 

Superintendent: That is 
correct, Mr. Chairman. 

Mr. Lee: Then would it be 
well for the Secretary to 
read these orders? 

Superintendent: I would 
say, Mr. Chairman, that the 
Corporation Counsel sug- 
gests that they be taken in a 
specific order. The first or- 
der concerns the allocation 
of funds. 

Mr. Lee: Hadn't the Sec- 
retary better ru,n through 
them? 

Superintendent: All right, 
read them. 

Secretary: Ordered, that 
there be, and hereby is, allo- 
cated out of the appropria- 
tions made under Clause 
(c) of Section 2 of Chapter 
224 of the Acts of 1936 (as 
amended) for the current 
year, the sum of Ten Thou- 
sand Dollars for expenditure 
upon vote of this Committee 
to defray the expense of the 
appointment by the Corpo- 
ration Counsel (pursuant to 
the May 10, 1965 request of 
this Committee) of John W. 
White, Esquire, with offices 
at 50 Congress Street, Bos- 
ton, as Special Assistant 
Corporation Counsel, for the 
defense of action of Blakely 
et al. v. School Committee of 
the City of Boston et al. 
United States District Court 
No. 65-292-F. 

That is the first order. 
Mr. Lee: I believe we had 
better take a vote on that. 
(Roll Call:) 
Mrs. Hicks: Yes. 
Mr. Lee: Yes. 
Mr. McDonough: Yes. 
Mr. O'Connor: Yes. 

Secretary: Ordered, That 
the Business Manager be, 



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AUGUST 5, 1966 



and he hereby is, author- 
ized and directed to do all 
things necessary to effectu- 
ate the payment, out of the 
sum of Ten Thousand Dol- 
lars allocated for the de- 
fense of the so-called Blake- 
ly action, the sum of Forty- 
One Hundred Forty-Four 
and 25/100 Dollars to John 
W. White, 50 Congress 
Street, Boston, for services 
and expenses as Special As- 
sistant Corporation Coun- 
sel* 

(Rollcall:) 

Mrs. Hicks: Yes. 

Mr. Lee: Yes. 

Mr. McDonough: Yes. 

Mr. O'Connor: Yes. 

Secretary: Third order: 

Ordered, that the Corpor- 
ation Counsel be, and he 
hereby is, requested to fur- 
nish this Committee counsel 
and advice in relation to 
Chapter 641 of the Acts of 
1965 (providing for the 
elimination of racial imbal- 
ance in the public schools) 
and controversies arising 
in the administration of said 
act, and to provide repre- 
sentation in the institution 
or defense of suits, actions 
or other proceedings aris- 
ing thereunder, and to ap- 
point for such purpose as a 
Special Assistant Corpora- 
tion Counsel John W. White, 
Esquire, with offices at 50 
Congress Street, Boston, 
with all expenses incident to 
such appointment to be de- 
frayed from appropriations 
made by this Committee un- 
der Clause (c) of Section 2 
of Chapter 224 of the Acts 
of 1936, as amended. 

(Rollcall:) 

Mrs. Hicks : Yes. 

Mr. Lee: Yes. 

Mr. McDonough: Yes. 

Mr. O'Connor: Yes. 

Secretary: Order 4: 
Ordered: That there be, 
and hereby is, allocated out 
of the appropriations made 
under Clause (c) of Section 
2 of Chapter 224 of the Acts 
of 1936 (as amended) for 
the current year, the sum 
of Ten Thousand Dollars for 
expenditure upon vote of 
this Committee to defray 
the expense of the appoint- 
ment by the Corporation 
Counsel (pursuant to a re- 
quest of this Committee of 



even date) of John W. 
White Esquire : with offices 
at 50 Congress Street, Bos- 
ton, as Special Assistant 
Corporation Counsel, for 
counselling and advising the 
School Committee in rela- 
tion to Chapter 641 of the 
Acts of 1965 (providing for 
the elimination of racial im- 
balance in the public 
schools) ano controversies 
arising in the administration 
of said act and furnishing 
representation in the insti- 
tution or defense of suits, 
actions or other proceed- 
ings arising under said act. 

(Rollcall:) 

Mrs. Hicks: Yes. 

Mrs. Lee: Yes. 

Mr. McDonouh: Yes. 

Mr. O'Connor: Yes. 

Secretary: Those are the 
orders I have here. Now, Mr. 
Lee, I will read Mr. Eisen- 
stadt's statement. 

Mr. McDonough: You had 
better read that other letter 
in from Mr. Kiernan yester- 
day. 

Superintendent: The Au- 
gust 3rd letter addressed to 
Mr. Eisenstadt with a copy 
to the Superintendent. 

Secretary: "Dear Mr. 
Eisenstadt. 

"I wish to acknowledge 
the Acting Secretary's let- 
ter of August 1, 1966, con- 
cerning certain actions 
taken at the Boston School 
Committee meeting of July 
28, 1966. 

"There appears to be 
some confusion on the Com- 
mittee's part on the ques- 
tion of the specific recom- 
mendations of the Com- 
monwealth's Board of Edu- 
cation in seeking Boston's 
compliance with Chapter 
641 of the Acts of 1965. Sec- 
tion 2 of the above-men- 
tioned statute refers to 
'specific recommendations' 
for such a plan, and the 
Board has forwarded these 
to the Committee. This was 
in conjunction with the 
provision that the Board 
shall provide technical and 
other assistance in the for- 
mulation and execution of 
plans to eliminate racial im- 
balance. 

"Under date of June 28, 
1966 I addressed a letter to 
your attention and that of 
the School Committee in 



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285 



which I indicated that in- 
cluded therein were 'speci- 
fic recommendations con- 
cerning compliance both on 
a short-and 1 o n g-r a n g e 
basis.' 

"Reference was made to 
the 35-page appended docu- 
ment which was received in 
your office at the time the 
letter was delivered. 

"At the Board meeting 
held July 26, 1966 I was 
instructed to again notify 
the Boston School Commit- 
tee of the unanimous rejec- 
tion of its plan. Incorporated 
in this letter is the official 
vote of the Board, and you 
will find reference to 'com- 
prehensive recommendations 
to the School Committee.' 

"It would be difficult to 
define the Board's actions 
with any greater clarity 
concerning these recom- 
mendations. To assist the 
Committee, the Board wrote 
sufficient flexibility to al- 
low the School Committee 
to make appropriate 
judgments. The members 
feel that such a step con- 
stitutes the most helpful 
technical assistance possible 
and it follows precisely the 
spirit and letter of the 
state's racial imbalance act. 

"Yours very sincerely, 
Owen B. Kiernan, Commis- 
sioner of Education." 

Mr. O'Connor: And is it 
necessary to have a vote 
that that become part of our 
report? 

Secretary: That will be in- 
cluded in the minutes of the 
meeting. Placed on file. 

Mr. Lee: It is a bit indef- 
inite as to how we proceed 
from here. These orders we 
have passed are very com- 
prehensive. These use lan- 
guage as to provide repre- 
sentation in institution and 
defense of suits, actions or 
other proceedings arising 
there under— ref erring to the 
racial imbalance law — and 
I am perfectly happy with 
that as it stands. 

But I didn't know whether 
the Committee members or 
the Committee Members 
with the advice of Mr. White 
who is here today ought at 
this time to take any specific 
action to go ahead and ap- 
peal for the funds that are 
withheld. 



Whether these compre- 
hensive orders include that 
or whether they are enough 
for the time being or 
whether at this time the 
School Committee ought to 
definitely say, "Go on out 
after those $8,000,000 the 
state board is withholding 
from us" — this I am not 
quite clear on. 

Superintendent: I am 
wondering if we should go 
into conference and out of 
public meeting. The last 
order called for counselling 
and advising, and I think 
perhaps the Committee 
would be wise in talking 
with the counsel who has 
just been appointed as to 
what the next steps are. 

Whether or not this 
should be in public meeting 
is something I have concern 
about, and whether it 
should be the topic of a 
public meeting or should be 
in the nature of counselling. 

Mr. O'Connor: I should 
think, Mr. Superintendent, 
that definitely a lawyer 
dealing with his client 
would never make public 
his procedure and his think- 
ing. 

Superintendent: That was 
my reason for saying I 
think we should go out of 
public meeting. 

Mr. O'Connor: Here we 
have two lawyers. Isn't that 
the normal procedure? 

Mr. McDonough: I think 
the executive session would 
be the place for it. 

Mrs. Hicks: Yes. 

Mr. Lee: On the other 
hand, this is a very public 
question and I don't suppose 
we'd be doing any more in 
such a consultation than de- 
ciding to act thus and so on 
the question. 

Perhaps the more legal- 
minded members at the 
table here have in mind that 
one doesn't always tell the 
other side in a legal contro- 
versy just how it is going to 
proceed. I suppose there are 
things that you don't want 
to make a matter of public 
record until disagreements 
among the committee mem- 
bers have been resolved. 

Mr. McDonough: Mr. 
Chairman, I wondered if 
then for your purposes Mr. 
White's motion which he had 



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prepared wouldn't be in or- 
der to read because I think 
it gives a better explanation. 

Mr. Lee: Why don't we 
ask Mr. Winter to read it 
anyway. 

Secretary: Voted, that 
John W. White, Esquire, of 
50 Congress Street, Boston, 
Mass., be and hereby is ap- 
pointed as special attorney 
for this Committee to insti- 
tute and prosecute legal pro- 
ceedings under General 
Laws Chapter 15, Section 
1J to determine the validity 
of actions taken by the 
Board of Education in con- 
nection with plans for the 
elimination of racial imbal- 
ance prepared and submit- 
ted by this Committee. 

Further, that said at- 
torney be authorized to in- 
stitute and prosecute such 
other legal proceedings as 
he, with Committee ap- 
proval, deems advisable to 
determine the validity under 
the Constitutions of the 
Commonwealth of Massa- 
chusetts and the United 
States of America or the 
various acts of the legisla- 
ture dealing with the elimi- 
nation of racial imbalance in 
the school system. 

Further, that your Com- 
mittee recommend to the 
Corporation Counsel of the 
City of Boston that the said 
John W. White, Esquire, 
be appointed as a special 
counsel for the City of Bos- 
ton for the purposes set 
forth above and with the 
powers necessary to effect 
such purposes. 

Mr. Lee: That is certain- 
ly a motion covering ground 
which before to me was un- 
certain. 

Mr. O'Connor: Would 
either one of our lawyers 
recommend that we adopt 
that in addition? 

Mr. McDonough: Yes, I 
would think so. 

Mrs. Hicks: Yes. 

Mr. Lee: On the other 
hand, let me ask you to help 
my thinking as to what hap- 
pens if things drift along. If 
things drift along the money 
is withheld. I suppose the 
state board might then go to 
court with what — a writ of 
mandamus or something? Is 
that right? To compel us to 
carry out their bidding? 



This order just read or 
this proposed vote is a spe- 
cific action for our going 
ahead. I am just asking 
what the alternative is — that 
we take an inactive part? 

Who moves next, if any- 
body? 

Mr. O'Connor: My under- 
standing is if we don't move 
by a specific date we lose 
any rights to move. Is that 
right? 

Mr. McDonough: Yes. If 
we don't mo\e within a 30- 
day period we lose our 
rights to move. Then it's up 
to the state whether they 
want to move or not. 

They already have these 
economic sanctions against 
us. At the same time they 
could go into court them- 
selves and have a determi- 
nation, but they have chosen 
to rely upon the economic 
sanctions against the City 
of Boston; and if we wait 
beyond thobc 30 days, they 
would be the only ones who 
could go to court. 

Mr. O'Connor: Which 
would mean we would have 
no redress in getting the 
money, and they have de- 
cided they are not going to 
do it. 

So I move now that we 
adopt this specific order 
again to have a complete 
clarification of what we are 
going to do. 

So why don't you take one 
thing at a time? 

Mrs. Hicks : The idea is to 
have the assistant corpora- 
tion counsel take immediate 
action so that he can file the 
bill today. 

Mr. O'Connor: Why don't 
we do this first? 

Mr. Lee: On this, let me 
ask one question before 
voting if I can frame my 
own question. 

If we do nothing and miss 
this opportunity you speak 
of, I suppose there still re- 
mains to us constitutional 
rights to challenge this law 
as any law? 

Mrs. Hicks: Yes. 

Mr. Lee: A month from 
now, two months from now, 
or whenever we want, but 
we are losing some of the 
strength of our position. 

Is that it, Mr. McDon- 
ough? 

Mr. McDonough: Yes. 



AUGUST 5, 1966 



287 



Mrs. Hicks: It's in here, 
Mr. McDonough, if you will 
note. It says here that "I 
(meaning the counsel, Mr. 
White) with Committee ap- 
proval will institute and 
prosecute such other legal 
proceedings that will be 
deemed advisable to deter- 
mine the validity under the 
Constitution of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachu- 
setts." 

Mr. Lee: I see that. 

Mr. McDonough: Mr. 
Chairman, Mr. White is 
here. Why don't you direct 
the question to him and then 
probably we can get his an- 
swer on it. 

Mr. Lee: I think I am 
pretty well satisfied with 
your answer. It just seemed 
to me they are so capricious 
up there aiming their law 
at us and not at the sub- 
urbs, making no attempt to 
anticipate ten years from 
now when Boston schools 
will probably be mostly 
Negro. 

This plan doesn't even 
come to grips with that ele- 
ment of the situation. It 
doesn't come to grips with 
closing the 23 90% Negro 
schools which alone can 
eliminate imbalance and in 
general their proposals to us 
are so far from being specific 
recommendations to elimi- 
nate imbalance that I some- 
how felt that their case 
would fall by its own weight 
if we did nothing, but that 
is being rather a backward 
procedure on our part. 

However, I am not in any 
way against a more positive 
procedure. Would you want 
to comment, Mr. White? 

Mr. White: The only com- 
ment is that you have a 30- 
day period under which to 
take advantage of the re- 
view provisions under the 
act; and if you let the 30- 
day provision go, perhaps 
you haven't followed the 
mandate of the people in 
asking that you follow the 
law as it is given to you. 

I don't know that it's 
necessary to say any more 
than this for the moment. It 
comes within the statute, 
the 30-day statute of limita- 
tions. 

Mrs. Hicks: Mr. White, 
you understand that when 
we vote this motion or this 



order you will then immedi- 
ately proceed and that then 
any other action you will 
also take upon consultation 
with the Committee? 

Mr. White: I would pro- 
pose to file a petition for 
judicial review under the 
act immediately and then 
confer with the Committee 
later on anything by way of 
testing the act from a dif- 
ferent angle. 

Mrs. Hicks: That is all 
right. Constitutionality is 
not in issue under this peti- 
tion for judicial review. 

Mr. McDonough : Have 
the series of orders that we 
have passed today given you 
sufficient authority in that 
direction? 

Mr. White: I believe so, 
Did you pass the last one? 

Mr. McDonough: No, we 
haven't voted on that one 
yet. 

Mr. O'Connor: Why don't 
we vote on that? 

Mr. White: The part about 
requesting the appointment 
you might want to leave out. 

Mr. McDonough: The only 
reason we intended to in- 
clude it is that it seemed to 
give a better explanation of 
what possible course you 
would take. 

Mr. White: I meant that 
very last phrase about re- 
questing the appointment. 
You have already passed an 
order on that. 

Mr. McDonough: I think 
we can stop after "racial 
imbalance in the school sys- 
tem." 

Mr. O'Connor: Why don't 
we get the vote on that? 

Mr. Lee: Where would we 
stop — at the semicolon, Mr. 
McDonough? 

Mr. McDonough: Yes. 

Mr. Lee: I would think 
my hesitations were re- 
solved on this. As I say, I 
just had a hard time taking 
the state board seriously 
when they don't even rec- 
ommend using force — that 
is, overruling the parents' 
objection and yet you can 
never eliminate imbalance 
unless you do use force to 
overrule parents who object 
to their children being trans- 
ferred out of a school. 

We know from repeated 
experience and from repeat- 
ed tests that only one Negro 
parent in ten will consent 



288 AUGUST 5, 1966 


to his child being sent away 


Mr. Lee: Is there any 


from the neighborhood 


harm? 


school. 


Superintendent: Mr. 


But surely this is the 


Chairman and Member, I 


businesslike and effective 


feel that the four orders that 


way to proceed, and I'd be 


you have just passed are 


happy to vote on it. 


adequate to give our counsel 


Mr. O'Connor: Then I 


now the opportunity to file 


move we adopt it. 


this particular petition to- 


Secretary: I was compar- 


day. 


ing the wording at the 


Mr. White: I do, too. 


beginning of your vote with 


Superintendent: In fact, 


the vote that was taken 


at our conference with the 


last May, and there you say 


subcommittee with the Cor- 


that John W. White be and 


poration Counsel it was indi- 


he hereby is appointed." 


cated at that particular time 


Now the order last May 


that if these four orders 


said: "Ordered, that the 


were passed he then would 


Corporation Counsel be re- 


have the vehicle to proceed 


quested to appoint." 


immediately because it was 


Mr. White. Well, the rea- 


called to his attention the 


son for that is this: If I am 


urgency of filing today. 


to file the petition for 


Mr. Lee: Is there some 


judicial review it must be 


urgency in passing this? 


done today Maybe you 


Mr. White: I think there 


could do it Monday because 


might be. Mrs. Hicks has put 


the time runs out on Satur- 


her finger on something in 


day and we usually figure 


the first paragraph. 


that you cai take the next 


Superintend e n t : That's 


business day, and I do not 


right. 


understand that the Corpo- 


Mr. White: And the sec- 


ration Counsel will be able 


ond paragraph doesn't add 


to act in giving me author- 


too much, and the third 


ity as an assistant corpora- 


paragraph is obviously repe- 


tion counsel. So I asked that 


titious. 


I be a special counsel for 


Mr. Lee: Do the members 


the committee during that 


say that the business of the 


interim period to be au- 


committee is finished? 


thorized to file this petition 


Secretary: Mr. Lee, how 


for judicial review. That's 


about Mr. Eisenstadt's state- 


the reason for it. 


ment? 


Now perhaps you can't do 
that. 


Mr. Lee: Yes, let's have 


Mr. Eisenstadt's statement. 


Mr. O'Connor: I think we 


Secretary: "I wish to be 


can do it. Let's move. 

Mr. White. I leave that to 
you. But the reason for the 
wording was that. So per- 
haps you could correct that. 


recorded once again in favor 
of filing a petition in Suffolk 
County Superior Court un- 
der the provisions of Chap. 
641 of the Mass. General 


Superintendent: Mr. 


Laws. I also wish to be re- 


Chairman and Members, I 


corded in support of desig- 


am wondering if Mr. White 


nating Attorney John 


could react to the four or- 


White as counsel for the 


ders that were just passed. 


School Committee in this 


Do you feel that these or- 


and related matters, and 


ders would give you the au- 


further that he be compen- 


thority to file this? I think 


sated on a level deemed by 


they do. 


a majority of the School 


Mr. White: They probably 


Committee to be fair and 

_ _ i_ "i — yy 


would but I haven't had a 


reasonable. 


chance to look at them. I 


Placed on file. 


think that that third one is 


Mr. Lee: Do you state, 


adequate, and I sort of sug- 


Mr. Superintendent, from 


gested that to Mr. Mc- 


hearing that that Mr. Eisen- 


Donough that maybe we 


stadt is agreeable to what 


could dispense with the 


we are doing here? 


other. I didn't know these 


Superintendent: It would 


were drawn when I drew the 


seem that this particular 


one that I suggested that 


statement puts Mr. Eisen- 


you adopt. 


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the action just taken by the 
School Committee. 

Mr. Lee: I would think so. 

Mr. O'Connor: Do you 
have anything else, Mrs. 
Hicks? 

Mr. Lee: Then the busi- 
ness of this meeting is com- 
pleted. 

Mrs. Hicks: Yes. 

Mr. Lee: Is there a motion 
to adjourn? 



Mr. O'Connor: I move we 
adjourn, unless Mr. White 
wants to talk with us. 

Mr. Lee: Shall we go to 
the Superintendent's office? 

Superintendent: Yes. 

Mr. Lee: Motion to ad- 
journ. All those in favor? 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest : 

EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary 



City op Boston 



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AUGUST 25, 1966 



291 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



Aug. 25, 1966 
A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, at 
2:23 p.m., and adjourned at 
3:20 p.m., the Chairman pre- 
siding. 

Present : Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt. 

A conference of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building at 3:21 
p.m., and adjourned at 3:55 
p.m. 

RESOLUTIONS ON 
SUPERINTENDENT 

EMERITUS 
DENNIS C. HALEY 
CITY OF BOSTON 
IN CITY COUNCIL 
Resolved: That the City 
Council of the City of Bos- 
ton, in meeting assembled, 
expresses its deep regret at 
the sudden passing of Den- 
nis C. Haley, late Superin- 
tendent of the Boston Public 
Schools, a man whose ser- 
vice as Superintendent of the 
Boston Public Schools will 
long be remembered by the 
thousands and thousands of 
men and women, products 
of the Boston Public School 
System. 

His lifetime of service to 

the Boston School System, 
his influence and great con- 
tribution to the public edu- 
cational system will ever be 
a living monument and in- 
spiration to lovers of educa- 
tion; a man admired for his 
high intellectual capacity 
and loved for his simplicity 
of tastes; a man of kindly 
heart, courteous manner 
and true understanding of 
human nature ; a man whose 
influence, deedt, and example 
during his lifetime will for- 
ever stamp his name on the 
pages of time as a great and 
good American and educa- 
tor; and 

Be it further RESOLVED: 
That we, the members of 
the Boston City Council ex- 



press, individually and of- 
ficially, our sincere sympa- 
thy to the family of the late 
Dr. Haley.; and 

BE IT FURTHER RE- 
SOLVED: That the Clerk is 
instructed to forward a copy 
of this resolve to the Bos- 
ton School Committee to be 
read at the next meeting of 
that Body. 

In City Council August 8, 
1966. Adopted. 

Attest: 

J. M. Dunlea 
City Clerk 

Placed on file. 

The following communica- 
tion was presented: 

CITY OF BOSTON- 
DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
480 BOYLSTON STREET, 
BOSTON, MASS. 02116 
August 11, 1966 
Mr. Edward J. Winter 
Secretary, 
School Committee 
15 Beacon Street 
Boston, Mass. 02108 
Dear Mr. Winter: 

As of August 1, 1966, the 
Board of Commissioners of 
School Buildings received 
the following draft of a pro- 
posed order foi a report: 

"ORDERED. That the ap- 
propriation of $200,000, ap- 
proved by the School Com- 
mittee on March 22, 1965, 
from the proceeds resulting 
from the sale of City prop- 
erty, schools, special fund, 
for the construction of a 
building to house the School 
Committee Supply Room, 
Department of School Build- 
ings Warehouse, Department 
of Audio-Visua] Instruction, 
Science Supply Depot, Data 
Processing Center, and such 
other occupancies as may be 
required, be amended to 
read: 

ORDERED, That the sum 
of $1,000,000 from the pro- 
ceeds resulting from the sale 
of City property, schools, 
special fund, be appropriated 
for the acquisition of ap- 
proximately 220,000 square 
feet of land, the preparation 
of plans for, and for the 
construction, furnishing, and 
equipping of a building to 
house the School Committee 
Supply Room, Department 
of School Buildings' Ware- 



292 



AUGUST 25, 1966 



house, Department of Audio- 
Visual Instruction, Science 
Supply Depot, Data Process- 
ing Center, and such other 
occupancies as may be re- 
quired." 

At a meeting of the Board 
of Commissioners of School 
Buildings which was held on 
August 5, 1966, it was voted 
to report favorably on the 
above-described order. 

Action by the Board of 
Commissioners on this pro- 
posed order has been taken 
under the provisions of Sec- 
tion 7 of Chapter 351 of the 
A.cts of 1929. 

However, there was some 
discussion as to whether the 
appropriation would be suf- 
ficient to defer all of the 
costs of the project. 

Following are the pres- 
ently estimated costs: 

Land $219,296.00 

Architect's fee and 

Supplementary Services 90,000.00 
Construction costs at 

estimated $12.50 per 

square feet (including 

Piling) 946,250.00 

TOTAL $1,255,546.00 

From the above, it may 
be inferred that additional 
funds may be needed for the 
completion of the work. 
Very truly yours 
(Signed) 
JOSEPH F. FEENEY, 
Chairman 
Board of Commissioners 
of School Buildings 

Placed on file. 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the ap- 
propriation of $200,000, ap- 
proved by the School Com- 
mittee on March 22, 1965, 
from the proceeds resulting 
from the sale of City proper- 
ty, schools, special fund, for 
the construction of a build- 
ing to house the School 
Committee Supply Room, 
Department of School 
Buildings Warehouse, De- 
partment of Audio-Visual In- 
struction, Science Supply 
Depot, Data Processing Cen- 
ter, and such other occu- 
pancies as may be requiered, 
be amended to read: 

ORDERED, That the sum 
of $1,000,000 from the pro- 
ceeds resulting from the sale 
of City property, schools, 
special fund, be appropriated 
for the acquisition of ap- 
proximately 220,000 square 
feet of land, the preparation 



of plans for, and the con- 
struction, furnishing, and 
equipping of a building to 
house the School Committee 
Supply Room, Department 
of School Buildings Ware- 
house, Department of Audio- 
Visual Instruction, Science 
Supply Depot, Data Proces- 
sing Center, and such other 
occupancies as may be re- 
quired. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1. 

The following communi- 
cation was presented: 
CITY OF BOSTON- 
DEPARTMENT OF 

SCHOOL BUILDINGS 
480 BOYLSTON STREET, 

BOSTON, MASS. 02116 
August 11, 1966 
Mr. Edward J. Winter 
Secretary, School 

Committee 
15 Beacon Street 
Boston, Mass. 02108 
Dear Mr. Winter: 

As of August 1, 1966, the 
Board of Commissioners of 
School Buildings received 
the following draft of a pro- 
posed order for a report: 

ORDERED, That the or- 
der of the School Commit- 
tee at its meeting on July 
28, 1964, appropriating the 
sum of $187,500 from the 
proceeds resulting from the 
sale of City property, 
schools special fund, for the 
acquisition of land and 
building at # 6 Bradshaw 
Street, Dorchester, is here- 
by rescinded." 

At a meeeting of the Board 
of Commissioners of School 
Buildings which was held on 
August 5, 1966, it was voted 
to report favorably on the 
above described order. 

Action by the Board of 
Commissioners on this pro- 
posed order has been taken 
under the provisions of Sec- 
tion 7 of Chapter 351 of the 
Acts of 1929 

Very truly yours, 

(signed) JOSEPH F. 

FEENEY, Chairman Board 

of Commissioners of School 

Buildings 

Placed on file. 



AUGUST 25, 1966 



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The followint. was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the or- 
der of the Schoo! Committee 
at its meeting on July 28, 
1964, appropriating the sum 
of $187,500 from the pro- 
ceeds resulting from the sale 
of City property, schools, 
special fund, foi the acqui- 
sition of land and building 
at #6 Bradshaw Street, 
Dorchester, is hereby re- 
scinded. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4. 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 
— 1. 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the following 
meetings be amended as 
follows : 
UNDER APPOINTMENTS 

FROM THE ELIGIBLE 
LIST— 

May 2, 1966 — Solomon 
Lewenberg Junior High 
School — Gerard F. Donovan, 
teacher, junior high, salary 
should read "$9300" instead 
of $5800. 

May 16, 1966— Theodore 
Lyman District — Lois A. 
Cannata, teacher, primary, 
salary should read $6400" 
instead of $5500. 

June 13, 1966 — Oliver 
Wendell Holmes Junior High 
School — Kathleen M. Con- 
nelly, teacher, junior high, 
should read "Jeremiah E. 
Burke High School for Girls, 
teacher, high school." 

July 28. 1966 — Thomas 
Gardner District — Mary M. 
Cole, teacher, elementary 
IV- VI, should read "teacher, 
primary." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the meeting of June 
30, 1966, be amended as fol- 
lows: 



UNDER APPOINTMENTS 
FROM THE ELIGIBLE 

LIST 
Instruction of Physically 
Handicapped Children — 
Laura Waitz M a c h 1 i n, 
teacher, salary should read 
"$5800" instead of $5500;; 
Rita Scanlon Rinella, teach- 
er, salary should read 
"$6100" instead of $5500; 
Constance Gough Stohn, 
teacher, salary should read 
"$6100" instead of $5500; 
Catharine Curley Garvin, 
teacher, salary should read 
"$5800." 

UNDER DESIGNATIONS 
Instruction of P h y s i cally 
Handicapped C h i 1 d r e n — 
Mary E. Mailoy, teacher, 
elementary, as acting direc- 
tor — should read "Mary Sul- 
livan Mulloy," teacher, ele- 
mentary, Instruction of 
Physically Handicapped 
Children, as acting director, 
instruction of Physically 
Handicapped Children (vice 
Mary H. Stroup, director, re- 
tired). 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

Y E A S — M i s. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 
— 1. 

IN MEMORIAM 

The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
on July 15, 1966, of Gordon 
F. Irons, Chief Examiner, 
Board of Examiners. 

Placed on file. 

Gordon F. Irons 
The following preamble 
and resolutions were of- 
fered: 

WHEREAS, God in His 
infinite wisdom has seen fit 
to call from our midst the 
late Gordon F. Irons, Chief 
Examiner of the Boston 
Public Schools; and 

WHEREAS. The Boston 
School Committee mourns 
the loss of one who dedi- 
cated himself to the youth 
of our city for forty-four 
years as teacher and ad- 
ministrator; and 

WHEREAS, The Boston 
School Committee is mind- 
ful of his outstanding con- 
tributions to the educational 



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advancement of the youth 
and adults of Boston, both 
as a teacher and adminis- 
trator in the day and eve- 
ning schools of the city and 
as member and chairman of 
the Board of Examiners; 
and 

WHEREAS, The Boston 
School Committee recog- 
nizes his many wonderful 
personal attributes and his 
many fine professional ac- 
quirements for which he 
was universally admired 
and respected; and there- 
fore be it 

RESOLVED, That the 
Boston School Committee 
formally record this expres- 
sion of sorrow at the pass- 
ing of Gordon F. Irons and 
this tribute to his years of 
dedicated service to the 
pupils and to the personnel 
of the Boston Public 
Schools; and be it further 

RESOLVED, That a copy 
of these resolutions be sent 
to the family of the late 
Gordon F. Irons as evidence 
of the sincere sympathy of 
the Boston School Commit- 
tee. 

On roll call, the preamble 
and resolutions were adopt- 
ed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 
— 1. 

The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
on June 17, 1966, of Agnes 
C. Lavery, principal emerita, 
who had been retired under 
the provisions of the State- 
Boston Retirement System. 

Place on file. 

Mr. Lee: Mr. Chairman, I 
notice mention here of the 
death of Miss Agnes Lavery 
who for several years was 
head of our school for dif- 
ficult children called the 
Godvin School. 

I do want to comment. I 
never saw anybody so able 
and talented in that field of 
dealing with unduly or law- 
less youngsters. She had a 
very swift intuition, a very 
graceful and swift person- 
ality, a great deal of ease 
which somehow made it 
easy for the youngster to do 



good and made him want to: 
A very knowing and tal- 
ented leader in this diffi- 
cult field. 

It's a terrible loss to us 
when she retired, and, of 
course, more so now. 

Superintendent: Mr. Chair- 
man and Mr. Lee, I think 
that the tribute that you 
paid to Miss Lavery is also 
reflected by the position 
that she held not only in the 
Boston Public Schools in 
this area but the fact that 
the State Youth Service 
Board drafted her talents 
before and after her retire- 
ment from the Boston Pub- 
lic Schools, and her experi- 
ence in this particular area 
was tapped by the State De- 
partment in the formulating 
of the Youth Service Board 
from its beginning. She con- 
tinued for many, many years 
thereafter to serve on the 
Youth Service Commission. 

She certainly was a loss 
to us. I think great efforts 
make firm the foundations 
of the Godvin School, and 
certainly we mourn her 
passing. 

The Superintendent re- 
gretfully reported the death 
of the following - named 
members of the Boston 
School Department: 

Dept. of Vocational Edu- 
cation and Industrial Arts — 
Vincent J. Murphy, shop in- 
structor, July 28, 1966. 

Dept. of School Health 
Services — John D. Latorella, 
M.D., school physician, Aug. 
16, 1966. 

Placed on file. 

RESIGNATIONS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966, reporting the resigna- 
tion of the following-named 
teachers, to take effect on 
the dates stated: 

Girls' Latin School — Ann 
B. Howe, teacher, high 
school, Aug. 31, 1966. Cath- 
leen Scanlon, teacher, high 
school, Aug. 31, 1966. 

Boston Technical High 
School — John A. Barlog, 
junior master, Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dorchester High School — 
Nancy Cole, teacher, high 
school, Aug. 12, 1966; 
Richard A. DiMase, junior 
master, Aug. 4, 1966. 



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East Boston High School 
— Nelson T. Benson, junior 
master, Aug. 31, 1966; Wal- 
ter S. Brodie, cooperative in- 
structor, Aug. 9, 1966. 

Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School for Girls — Margaret 
V. Gibbons, teacher, high 
school, Aug. b, 1966; Jane 
Brennan Monahan, teacher, 
high school, Aug. 31, 1966. 

Dillaway District — Fran- 
ces E. Murphy, teacher, pri- 
mary, July 29, 1966. 

Frances Parkman District 
— Margaret Alles P a r n a, 
teacher, kindergarten, Aug. 
3, 1966. 

Jefferson District — John 
J. MacDougall. teacher, ele- 
mentary Aug. 12, 1966. 

John Marshal? District — 
Ann W. Wickberg, teacher, 
elementary Aug. 15, 1966. 

John Winthrop District — 
Alice M. Cahili, teacher, pri- 
mary, Aug. 6, 1966; Gene- 
vieve O'Neil McCarthy, 
teacher, elementary IV-VI, 
Sept. 1, 1966; Mary- Ann 
Palmieri, teacher, primary, 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Julia Ward Howe District 
— Janice E. Jacobs, teacher, 
primary, July 29, 1966. 

Mather District — Roseleen 
B. Pyne, teacher, elemen- 
tary, Aug. 3, 1966; Robert 
A. Whitehouse, teacher, ele- 
mentary IV-VI, Aug. 31, 
1966. 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
High School — Virginia F. 
Sapienza, teacher, junior 
high, Aug. 13, 1966. 

Paul A. Dever District — 
Kathleeen L. Gibbons, 
teacher, primary, July 14, 
1966. 

Roger Wolcott District — 
Mary K. Lavigne, teacher, 
elementary, Sept. 1, 1966. 

Phillips Brooks District — 
Mary F. McNeely, teacher, 
primary, Aug. 6, 1966. 

Solomon Lewenberg Jun- 
ior High School — Bonnie E. 
Goodwin, teacher, junior 
high, Aug. 31, 1966. 

Dept. Elementary Super- 
vision — Marie L. Boylan, as- 
sistant director, Aug. 31, 
1966. 

Dept. of Physical Educa- 
tion — Delores Nelson Smith, 
teacher, high school, physi- 
cal education, Aug. 1, 1966. 



Dept. of School Health 
Services — Janet M. Boom- 
hower, R. N., school nurse, 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dept. of School Lunches — 
Catherine Condon, cafeteria 
attendant, Aug. 16, 1966. 

Accepted. 

RETIREMENTS ON 
PENSION 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966, reporting the retire- 
ment from active service of 
the following-named veter- 
ans, who have been retired 
under the provisions of 
Chapter 32 of the General 
Laws, as amended: 

Department of School 
Health Services — Hyman 
Saphirstein, M. D., school 
physician, Aug. 31, 1966, 
$2110.12 per annum. 

Supply Room — John J. 
Farren, senior storekeeper, 
July 31, 1966, $3642.95. 

Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966, reporting the retire- 
ment from active service of 
the following-named mem- 
bers of the State-Boston Re- 
tirement System, to take ef- 
fect Aug. 31, 1966; as certi- 
fied by the Boston Retire- 
ment Board: 

Administrative Offices — 
Marguerite G. Sullivan, 
Deputy Superintendent. 

Boston Business School — 
Gertrude V. Daley, princi- 
pal clerk-school secretary. 

Hyde Park High School — 
Margaret G. Morrison, prin- 
cipal clerk-school secretary. 

East Boston High School 
— Catherine F. Barry, prin- 
cipal clerk-school secretary. 

Hyde-Everett District — 
Rose M. Fandel, principal 
clerk-school secretary. 

Martin District — Mar- 
garet A. Tobin, principal 
clerk-school secretary. 

Dept. of Speech and Lip- 
reading Services — Edith T. 
Keenan, teacher. 

Department of School 
Lunches — Abbie M. Ben- 
ker, Marion Wood, cafeteria 
managers; Alice G. Klein- 
dienst, Mary M. Lindsay, 



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Rose E. Palma and Joan R. 
Wood, cafeteria attendants. 
Placed on file. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966, reporting the retire- 
ment from active service of 
the following-named mem- 
bers of the State-Boston Re- 
tirement System, in accord- 
ance with the provisions of 
Section 7 of Chapter 32, to 
take effect on the dates 
stated, as certified by the 
Boston Retirement Board: 

Business Manager's Office 
— Agnes E. Beckett, tele- 
phone operator, Aug. 31, 
1966. 

Administration Building — 
Patrick J. Delaney, junior 
building custodian, Aug. 9, 
1966. 

Placed on file. 

WITHDRAWAL OF 
APPOINTMENTS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
withdrawn the appointments 
of the following - named 
teachers as presented and 
approved at the meeting of 
June 30, 1966: 

Boston Latin School — 
Samuel Greenwald, junior 
master ($9100 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Bennett District — Sandra 
F. Litvin, teacher, special 
class ($5500 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Grover Cleveland Junior 
High School — Urve Virmas- 
tu, guidance adviser ($6600 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Paul A. Dever District — ■ 
Judith A. Kenney, teacher, 
primary ($6700 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Dept. of Vocational Edu- 
cation and Industrial Arts — 
Thomas J. Agathopoulos, 
shop instructor ($5500 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the withdrawal of ap- 
pointments was approved 
by the following vote: 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 
—1. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, reporting that, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, he 
has withdrawn the appoint- 
ments of the following- 
named teachers, as present- 
ed at the following meet- 
ings: 

Theodore Lyman District 
— Betty J. Grossmon, teach- 
er, elementary IV- VI ($5500 
— anniversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

May 16, 1966 William E. 
Endicott District- -Janet K. 
Buscanera, teacher, primary 
($5500 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the withdrawal of ap- 
pointment was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 
—1. 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
withdrawn the appointments 
of the following - named 
teachers as presented and 
approved at the meeting of 
July 28, 1966. 

Dearborn District — Jane 
Dankmyer, teacher elemen- 
tary IV- VI ($5500— anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High S c h o o ' — Claire E. 
Brennan, teacher, junior 
high ($5800 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

John Winthrop District — 
Judith Smith Lebow, teach- 
er, primary ($8300 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call the withdrawal of ap- 
pointments was approved by 
the following vote; 



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297 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 
— 1. 



APPOINTMENTS 

Subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, the 
Superintendent nominated 
the persons named below to 
the school or district and 
with the rank indicated in 
each case, for the school 
year ending August 31, 1967, 
and certified that their ap- 
pointments are in accord- 
ance with the regulations j)f 
the School Committee. 

These appointment are of- 
fered subject to the candi- 
dates meeting the require- 
ments of the Rules of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston relating to 
certificates of qualification 
and Section 38G of Chapter 
71 of the General Laws of 
the Commonwealth of Mas- 
sachusetts, relating to 
teacher certification. 

In the event that any per- 
son appointed by this or- 
der fails to comply with the 
Rules of the School Com- 
mittee of the City of Boston 
relating to certificates of 
qualification and Section 
38G of Chapter 71 of the 
General Laws of the Com- 
monwealth of Massachu- 
setts, relating to teacher 
certification, on or before 
August 31,1967, then the ap- 
pointment of such person 
herein made shall be null 
and void. 

(BY PROMOTION 
Girls' Latin School — Mary 
P. Hopkins, guidance coun- 
selor (from teacher, high 
school, Brighton High 
School), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Boston Technical High — 
Arthur P. Maher, guidance 
counselor (from master) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Thomas E. Moran, guid- 
ance counselor (from mas- 
ter, physical education), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

East Boston High School 
— Benedict L. Margarone, 
guidance counselor (from 
master, English High 
School), Sept. 1, 1966. 






English High School — 
Kevin J. Bowers, guidance 
counselor, (from master), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

John D. O'Bryant, guid- 
ance counselor, (from jun- 
ior master, Boston Technical 
High School), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Girls' High School— Vir- 
ginia M. White, guadance 
counselor, (from teacher, 
high school, physical educa- 
tion), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Jeremiah E. Burke High 
School for Girls — Mary Mc- 
Carthy O' Keefe, guidance 
counselor (from teacher, 
high school, Dorchester High 
School), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Roslindale High School- 
Caesar J. Tarallo, guidance 
counselor (from junior mas- 
ter), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Dept. of Elementary 
Supervision — Mildred Olivia 
Griffith, assistant director 
(from teacher, elementary 
Phillips Brooks District), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Mary A. McLean, assist- 
ant director (from assistant 
principal, John Marshall 
District), Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules were 
suspended and the appoint- 
ments approved by the fol- 
lowing vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS — 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Con- 
nor — 1 

(FROM THE ELIGIBLE 

LIST) 

Boston Latin School — Vin- 
cent Jackmaugh, master 
($9350 — anniversary date 
Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Boston Trade High School 
— James T. Reid, trade in- 
structor ($5500 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1), Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Dorchester High School — 
John J. Mahoney, junior 
master ($6100 — anniversary 
date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Boston Latin School — 
Joseph F. Devlin, junior 
master (from teacher, ele- 
mentary, James J. Chittick 
Distr.), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Trade High School for 
Girls — Patricia G. Hicks, 
senior assistant $5500 — an- 
niversary date Sept. 1), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 



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Ruth A. Hurlburt, senior 
assistant ($5800 — anniver- 
sary date Sept. 1), Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Dept. of School Health 
Services — Ann Kirwan 
Cavallo, school nurse ($6180 
— anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Mollie Freedman Lever- 
ant, school nurse ($4980— 
anniversary date Sept. 1) 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Virginia S. Partridge, 
school nurse ($4980 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Freda Kushner Schiller, 
school nurse ($5940 — anni- 
versary date Sept. 1) Sept. 
1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the 
appointments were approved 
by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— O 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Con- 
nor — 1 

(CHANGE IN RANK) 

Brighton High School — 
Mildred M. Fitzgerald, guid- 
ance counselor (from South 
Boston High School, head of 
department), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Boston Latin School — 
Charles W. Kaufman, guid- 
ance counselor (from head 
of dept. English High 
School), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Melvin Mednicoff, guid- 
ance counselor (from head 
of dept. Charlestown High 
School), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Charlestown High School 
— Robert F. Murphy, guid- 
ance counselor (from head 
of dept.), Sept. 1, 1966. 

Girls' High School — 
Shirley E. Simpson, guidance 
counselor (from vocational 
assistant), Sept. 1, 1966. 

South Boston High 
School — Robert E. Hayes, 
guidance counselor (from 
head of dept., Jamaica Plain 
High School), Sept. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules 
were suspended and the ap- 
pointments approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Con- 
nor — 1 



DEPARTMENT OF ADULT 

EDUCATIONAL AND 

RECREATIONAL 

ACTIVITIES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966. reporting that, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has appoint- 
ed the following-named per- 
sons for service in the sum- 
mer review schools for the 
term 1966: 

High 

Assistants — Robert L. 
Dennehy, July 11; Cornelius 
J. O'Leary, July 14, 1966. 
Junior High 

Assistants — Francis X. 
Browne, June 29; William J. 
Burke, July 14; John E. 
Fisher, June 27; Dora H. 
Howe, July 13; Mary M. 
Johnston, June 27; John E. 
McGrath, July 5; Cecelia A. 
Reddy, Julv 5; Frank G. 
Stevens, July 25, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Con- 
nor — 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966, reporting that, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has ap- 
pointed the following-named 
persons for service in the 
Department of Adult Edu- 
cation, Economic Opportun- 
ity Act of 1964: 

Teachers — Edward F. 
Dicenzo, August 2, 1966. 
Willard T. Hall, July 26, 
1966. 

Teacher Aides - Cecilia 
Albanese, July 21, 1966. 
Janice R. Peck, July 14, 
1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Con- 
nor — 1 



AUGUST 25, 1966 



299 



MANPOWER DEVELOP- 
MENT AND TRAINING 
CLASSES 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, reporting that, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and in 
accordance with the order 
passed at the meeting of 
June 19, 1962, he has ap- 
pointed the following-named 
persons to the classes under 
the Manpower Development 
and Training Act of 1962, 
P. L. 87-415, to take effect 
on the dates stated: 

Instructor — Robert E. 
Hayes (Clerk-Typist — Ja- 
maica Plain High School), 
6/27/66. 

Warren H. Savage, Jr. 
(Electronic Mech. — Boston 
Trade High School Annex, 
7/5/66. 

Walter Carter (Brick 
Layers & Masons, Rice), 
6/27/66. 

Marjorie B. Dillon (Clk- 
Typist, Ros.), 7/5/66. 

Albert V. DeStefano 
(Baker, Tr. Annex), 9/1/66. 

Anna J. Keefe (L.P.N., 
Grls. Tr.), 6/27/66. 

John J. Mullen (Basic Ed., 
Webster), 5/12/66. 

Toolkeeper — Thomas P. 
Burns (Bos. Tech., Mach.) 
(New), 7/11/66. 

Guidance Counselor — A. 
Ralph Fiore (Rice), 6/27/66. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

TRANSFERS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966, reporting that, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has made the 
following transfers of teach- 
ers, to take effect Sept. 1, 
1966: 

Susan A. Dirksmeyer, 
teacher, primary, Donald 
McKay-Samuel Adams Dis- 
trict, to the same position in 
the Dwight District. 



Mary Flynn Diver, te a cher, 
elementary, Paul A. Dover 
District, to the same posi- 
tion in the Beethoven Dis- 
trict. 

Milton Hagins, guidance 
adviser, Lewis Junior High 
School, to the same position 
in the James P. Timilty Jun- 
ior High School. 

Blanche Buxbaum Savitz, 
teacher, junior high, James 
P. Timilty Junior High 
School, to the same posi- 
tion in the Thomas A. Edi- 
son Junior High School. 

Michael J. Vaughan, as- 
sistant director, Dept. of 
Teacher Placement, under 
Title I-ESEA-Project, 6- 
035-004, Enrichment Pro- 
gram for Elementary, Junior 
High and Senior High 
Schools, to Department of 
Teacher Placement. 

Mary E. Cardarelli, school 
adjustment counselor, Dept. 
of Pupil Adjustment Coun- 
selling, under Title I-ESEA, 
Project 6-035-004, Enrich- 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary Junior High and Senior 
High Schools, to Hyde P a rk 
High School. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the transfers were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

ASSIGNMENTS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
made the following assign- 
ment of a teacher, to take 
effect Sept. 1, 1966 and to 
continue until Aug. 31, 1987: 
Dorchester High School — 
John J. Mahoney, master, to 
teacher of art, Dwight Dis- 
trict, under Title I-ESEA, 
Project 6-035-004, Enrich- 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary, Junior High and Sen- 
ior High Schools. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 



300 



AUGUST 25, 1966 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966, reporting that subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has assigned 
the following-named teach- 
ers to The Model Demon- 
stration Subsystem, Title I, 
ESEA, Project G-035-003, at 
the salaries indicated to take 
effect September 1, 1966, 
and to continue for the 
school year ending August 
31, 1967, unless otherwise 
ordered: 

Juli a Ward Howe Dis- 
trict — Janet Hickey Jervi- 
nis, teacher, kindergarten, to 
teacher, kindergarten — 
$6700.00. 

Phillips Brooks District — 
Alice Taylor Sanford, teach- 
er, kindergarten, to teacher, 
pre-kinde ^garten — $7300.00. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 

vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDononugh 
and E^enstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, reporting subject 
to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
assigned the following- 
named teacher to Title 
III, Grant No. 1515-2232, 
Project No. 66-1515, at 
the salary indicated to take 
effect Sept. 1, 1966 and to 
continue for the school year 
ending Aug. 31, 1967, unless 
otherwise ordered: 

Department of Vocational 
Education and Industrial 
Arts — Herbert G. Forsell, 
Assistant Director, to Co- 
ordinator— $14,210.00 for 11 
months. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignment was ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, reporting that sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, he has 
made the following assign- 
ments of teachers, to serve 
under Title I-ESEA-Project 
6-035-051, Work Study Pro- 
gram, from Sept. 1, 1966 to 
Aug. 31, 1967: 

Boston Technical High 
School — John J. Gorman, 
junior master, as job coordi- 
nator-supervisor. 

Clarence R. Edwards Jun- 
ior High School — Francis J. 
Sullivan, teacher, special 
class, as taecher, coordina- 
tor, Clarence R. Edwards 
Junior High School. 

Joseph H. Barnes Junior 
High School — Joseph L. Ip- 
pofito, teacher, junior high, 
as Director, Work Study 
Program. 

Mary E. Curley Junior 
High School— John B. Mo- 
ran, teacher, junior high, as 
teacher, coordinator, Mary 
E. Curley Junior High 
School. 

Dearborn District — War- 
ren I. Brown, teacher, ele- 
mentary, as teacher, coordi- 
nator, Lewis Junior High 
School. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the assignments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee. McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966, reporting that, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, he has with- 
drawn the assignment of 
Ruth Hartnett, teacher, high 
school. South Boston High 
School, as special science 
teacher in the Dwight Dis- 
trict, to take effect Sept. 1, 
1966. 



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The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the withdrawal of as- 
signment was approved by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

DESIGNATIONS 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966, reporting that he has 
made the following designa- 
tion of a teacher, to serve 
in the position indicated un- 
til such time as it shall be 
filled otherwise, in accord- 
ance with the rules and reg- 
ulations but not beyond Aug. 
31, 1967: 

James A. Garfield Dis- 
trict — Elizabeth A. O'Toole, 
teacher, elementary, as act- 
ing assistant director, Dept. 
of Teacher, Placement (vice 
Marion Fahey, promotion), 
Sept. 1, 1966. 

Rice-Franklin District — 
John R. Morrison, teacher, 
elementary, as acting assist- 
ant principal (vice Robert T. 
Conway, promotion), June 1, 
1966. 

Placed on file. 



A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966, reporting that he has 
made the following designa- 
tions of teachers to Title I- 
ESEA Project 6-035-004 En- 
richment Program for Ele- 
mentary, Junior High and 
Senior High Schools, to take 
effect Sept. 1, 1966: 

Hugh O'Brien District — 
Elaine H. Wood, teacher, 
primary, as acting assistant 
director, Dept. of Teacher 
Placement (vice Louise Mc- 
Coy, promotion to principal 
John Winthrop District). 

Theodore Lyman District 
— Edward J. Trainor, teach- 
er, elementary, as acting 
assistant director, Dept. of 
Teacher Placement (vice Mi- 
chael Vaughan, transferred 
to Dept. of Teacher Place- 
ment) . 

Placed on file. 



LEAVES OF ABSENCE 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, recommending that 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee, that 
leave of absence without pay 
be granted to the following 
named person for the term 
specified: 

Boston Technical High 
School — Patrick J. Foley, 
junior master, September 1, 
1966 to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call the leave of absence was 
granted by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, recommending, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence for study or 
study and travel be granted 
to the following named 
teacher for the term speci- 
fied: 

Hyde Park High School- 
Mary C. Burke, teacher, 
modern languages, Septem- 
ber 1, 1966, to August 31, 
1967, for study. The commu- 
nication was placed on file 
and on roll call the leave of 
absence was granted by the 
following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough and Eisen- 
stadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1966, recommending, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, that leave of ab- 
sence without pay be grant- 
ed to the following named 
person for the term speci- 
fied: 

Patrick T. Campbell, Jun- 
ior High School — T h o m a s 
Cummings, teacher, junior 
high, September 1, 1966, to 
August 31, 1967. 



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The communication was 
placed on file and on roll call 
the leave of absence was 
granted by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough and Eisen- 
stadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, that 
leave of absence without pay 
be granted to the following 
named person for the term 
specified: 

Ellis Mendell District- 
Judith Foote Coutts, teach- 
er, kindergarten, September 
1, 1966 to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the leave of absence 
was granted by the follow- 
ing: vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, recommending that 
leave of absence without pay 
for maternity be granted to 
the following named teach- 
ers to take effect on the 
dates indicated, and to con- 
tinue until terminated by 
the Superintendent with the 
approval of the School Com- 
mittee, provided that such 
leave shall be for a period of 
at least three months after 
the date of birth, and pro- 
vided further that no such 
leave shall in any event ex- 
ceed eighteen months : 

Clarence R. Edwards, Jun- 
ior High School — Dolores A. 
Donoghue, teacher, junior 
high. June 24, 1966. 

(This teacher transferred 
as of 9/1966 to Frank V. 
Thompson School). 

Emily A. Fifield District— 
Cecile M. Kardon, teacher, 
primary, August 2, 1966. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 



call, the leaves of absence 
were granted by the follow- 
ing vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
2 5, 1966, recommending, 
subject to the approval of 
the School Committee that 
the leave of absence for 
study be rescinded, this 
leave having been granted 
during the School Commit- 
tee meeting of June 30, 1966 : 

Thomas Gardner District 
■ — Teresa C. Sprague, teach- 
er, elementary, September 1, 
1966, to August 31, 1967. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call the leave of absence was 
rescinded by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough and Eisen- 
stadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTION 
The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the or- 
der passed at the meeting of 
May 26, 1966, authorizing 
William J. Cunningham, As- 
sociate Superintendent, to 
attend the Advanced Admin- 
istrative Institute at Har- 
vard University on July 5-15, 
1966 be rescinded. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That William 
H. Ohrenberger, Superin- 
tendent of Schools, be au- 
thorized to attend a meeting 
of the Civil Rights Commis- 
sion in Washington, D. C, on 
August 29, 1966, at an ex- 
pense to the City not to ex- 
ceed ninety dollars ($90). 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 



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303 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
and Eisenstadt— 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

LIST OF AUTHORIZED 
TEXT BOOKS 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named book is here- 
by authorized for use as a 
text book in High Schools: 

Daiches et al. Houghton 
Mifflin Literature Series. 
English Literature. Grade 
XII. net $4.20. f.o.b. ship- 
ping point. 

Laid over. 

ANNUAL REPORT, 

LAURA FISHER TAUSSIG 

MEMORIAL FUND 

A statement of the re- 
ceipts and expenditures of 
the Laura Fisher Taussig 
Memorial Fund for the year 
ending Dec. 31, 1965, as sub- 
mitted by the Treasurer of 
the Corporation for that 
year, Mr. John J. McDon- 
ough, was presented, the 
balance to the new account 
being $2786.45. 

Placed on file and the 
Chairman authorized to ap- 
prove the same and to cer- 
tify the sums belonging to 
said Fund in the possession 
of the Treasurer. 

ANNUAL REPORT, 
MABEL E. ADAMS- 
HANNAH T. OSGOOD 

BEQUEST 
A statement of the re- 
ceipts and expenditures of 
the Mabel E. Adams-Han- 
nah T. Osgood Bequest for 
the year ending Dec. 31, 
1965, as submitted by the 
Treasurer of the Corpora- 
tion for that year, Mr. John 
J. McDonough, was present- 
ed, the balance to new ac- 
count being $10,089.00. 

Placed on file and the 
Chairman authorized to ap- 
prove the same and to cer- 
tify to the sums and securi- 
ties belonging to said fund 
and in the possession of the 
Treasurer. 

AMOUNT OF PENSIONS 

PAID BY THE CITY OF 

BOSTON FOR YEAR 

ENDING JULY 1, 1966 

The following was offered: 



ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of this Committee 
is hereby authorized, in its 
behalf and in accordance 
with the provisions of Sec- 
tion 20 (2) (c) of Chapter 
32 of the General Laws, to 
certify to the Teachers Re- 
tirement Board, under oath, 
the amount of pensions paid 
by the City of Boston for 
the year ending July 1, 1966, 
to teachers and members of 
the supervising staff who 
have been retired since July 
1, 1914, on whose account 
the City of Boston is entitled 
to reimbursement. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 
YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. 
Lee, McDonough and Eisen- 
stadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

SUPERVISORS OF 
ATTENDANCE 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named persons, cer- 
tified by the Division of Civil 
Service, are hereby appoint- 
ed to the position of Super- 
visor of Attendance, to take 
effect September 7, 1966: 

Charles L. Byrne, William 
J. Sullivan, James B. Har- 
rington. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

OFFICES — SCHOOLS 

TRANSFERS, LEAVE 

OF ABSENCE 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That with the 
approval of the Division of 
Civil Service and the con- 
sent of the department con- 
cerned, Mary C McGilvray, 
Clerk and Typist, Boston 
Welfare Department, be 
transferred to the position of 
Clerk and Typist, Depart- 
ment of Pupil Adjustment 
Counseling, Boston School 
Department (Title I — Proj- 
ect No. 6-035-004), to take 
effect June 15, 1966. 



304 



AUGUST 25, 1966 



On roll call, the order 

passed by the f oilowing vote : 
YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 

Messrs. Lee, McDonough and 

Eisenstadt— 4 
NAYS— 
ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 

— 1 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That with 
the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service and 
the consent of the depart- 
ment concerned, Joan F. 
Mullane, Clerk and Typist, 
Boston Welfare Depart- 
ment, be transferred to the 
position of Clerk and Typ- 
ist, Department of Pupil 
Adjustment Counsel- 
ing, Boston School Depart- 
ment (Title I — Project No. 
6 035-004), to take effect 
August 3, 1966. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Lillian 
M. Turley, Principal Clerk- 
School Secretary in the for- 
mer Hyde-Everett District, 
be transferred to the same 
position in the Frank V. 
Thompson School, to take 
effect September 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1. 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Eliza- 
beth A. Moses, Principal 
Clerk and Stenographer, Of- 
fice of the Secretary, be 
granted a leave of absence, 
without pay for the period 
August 3 to September 2, 
1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

DEPARTMENT OF 
SCHOOL LUNCHES 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named persons, the 
first nine on the Civil Serv- 
ice list willing to accept, 
are hereby appointed to the 
position of cafeteria mana- 
ger, Department of School 
Lunches, to take effect 
Sept. 7, 1966: 

Mary F. Verrochi, Helen 
J. MacDougall, Jane E. 
Leonard, Mary G. Johnson, 
Anna L. Butler, Rose M. 
A n g 1 i n , Kathleen M. 
Clarke, Mary S. Vitale, Ju- 
dith T. Golden. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named persons, the 
first ten on the list certified 
by the Division of Civil 
Service, are hereby appoint- 
ed to the position of cafe- 
teria attendant, to take ef- 
fect Sept. 6, 1966: 

Edna Correnti, Dorothy 
M. Trainor, Margaret A. 
Connors, Frances R. Duca, 
Eleanor B. Senatore, Ger- 
trude M. Higgins, Nora M. 
Zbinski, Margaret V. Han- 
sen, Theresa E. Freeman, 
Doris E. Sheehan. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That the fol- 
lowing-named persons, the 
first eleven on the list certi- 
fied by the Division of Civil 



AUGUST 25, 1966 



305 



Service, are hereby appoint- 
ed to the position of assist- 
ant cafeteria manager, to 
take effect Sept. 7, 1966: 

Margaret M. East, Marie 
A. Maloney, Dorothy M. 
Smith, Catherine A. Sheehy, 
Agnes L. Collins, Eleanor A. 
Kallenberg, Eleanor T. Mc- 
Alice, Josephine L. O'Leary, 
Ann D. Cross, Vita A. Ri- 
cardo, Dorothea T. Thomas. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service, the 
following-named Cafeteria 
Attendants be temporarily 
transferred to the position 
of Assistant Cafeteria Man- 
ager to take effect Sept. 7, 
1966: 

Kathryn M. Cameron, Hel- 
en Eckler, Josephine A; Mi- 
non, Catherine C. Owens, 
Bellalma Ruggiero, Mary E. 
Ryan, Mary C. Small, Helen 
E. Venditti, Nora J. Wheel- 
er, Anna R. White. 

On roll the order passed by 
the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt— 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

The following was of- 
fered: 

ORDERED, That Marga- 
ret N. St. Aubin, Cafeteria 
Manager, Brighton High 
School (Class Grade 10), be 
transferred to the same po- 
sition in the Boston Trade 
High School (Class Grade 
12), to take effect Septem- 
ber 8, 1966. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

The following was of- 
fered : 



ORDERED, That Ger- 
trude M. Bingel, Cafeteria 
Attendant, be granted a 
leave of absence, without 
pay, for a period of six 
months from September 7, 
1966. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough and 
Eisenstadt— 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

APPOINTMENTS, 
CUSTODIANS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, recommending, sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and in 
accordance with the certifi- 
cation of the Division of 
Civil Service, that the fol- 
lowing-named persons who 
stand at the head of the pro- 
motional list be appointed 
senior building custodians to 
take effect August 31, 1966: 

Merle L. Ettinger, Robert 
J. Ryan, Edward M. Glen- 
non. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll call 
the appointments were ap- 
proved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough and 
Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Aug. 
25, 1966, recommending sub- 
ject to the approval of the 
School Committee, and _ in 
accordance with the certifi- 
cation of the Division of 
Civil Service, that the fol- 
lowing-named junior build- 
ing custodians, who stand at 
the head of the promotional 
list, be appointed permanent 
intermittent senior building 
custodians, to take effect as 
needed. 

Philip J. Clifford, Edmund 
L. Peterson, Paul J. Ciccolo, 
Harold E. Meneely, Frank 
W. Esposito, John J. Shea. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 



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AUGUST 25, 1966 



approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superintend- 
ent, under date of Aug. 25, 
1986, recommending, subject 
to the approval of the School 
Committee, and in accord- 
ance with the certification of 
the Division of Civil Service, 
the appointment of the fol- 
lowing-named persons who 
stand at the head of the 
list, and who have been ap- 
proved by the Medical Di- 
rector, Workmen's Compen- 
sation Service, City of Bos- 
ton, as junior building cus- 
todians, to take effect Aug. 
31, 1966. 

John J. Hogan, Edward M. 
McNeil, John F. Flemming, 
James M. Moynihan, Wil- 
liam F. Costello. 

The communication was 
placed on file and on roll 
call, the appointments were 
approved by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

LEAVES OF ABSENCE, 
CUSTODIANS 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That John P. 
Cormican, Jr., Senior Build- 
ing Custodian, be granted a 
leave of absence, without 
pay, for a period of six 
months from September 7, 
1966. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough and 
Eisenstadt— -4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
— 1 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the or- 
der passed at the meeting of 
January 17, 1966, granting a 
leave of absence to Arnold 
W. Chaffee, Senior Building 
Custodian, be amended to 



show the date of termination 
to be August 30, 1966, in- 
stead of January 31, 1967; 
and further 

ORDERED, That Arnold 
W. Chaffee be granted a fur- 
ther leave of absence, with- 
out pay, for the period Sep- 
tember 14, 1966 through 
January 31, 1967. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

TRANSFER, 
CUSTODIAN 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That, subject 
to the approval of the Divi- 
sion of Civil Service and 
with the consent of the De- 
partment and employee con- 
cerned, Philip J. Clifford, 
Permanent Intermittent 
Senior Building Custodian, 
be temporarily transferred 
to the position of Supervisor 
of School Buildings Altera- 
tions and Repairs, to take 
effect September 7, 1966. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough and 

Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
—1 

CHANGE IN CLASS 
GRADES 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the class 
grades of the following- 
named schools be changed, 
for custodial purposes, as in- 
dicated, to take effect Au- 
gust 31, 1966. 

Trade High School for 
Girls from No. 23 to No. 25. 

John Marshall School from 
#19 to #21. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT — Mr. O'Connor 
-1 



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307 



ADHERENCE TO POLICY 
OF UNIFORM TREAT- 
MENT OF PUPILS IN 
CLASSROOMS (MR. LEE). 
Chairman: Mr. Lee has not 
spared us Item No. 4, so I 
guess we are going to have 
to consider it. Is that true, 
Mr. Lee? Adherence to pol- 
icy of uniform treatment of 
pupils in classrooms? 

Mr. Lee: Yes, Mr. Chair- 
man. I think I will read 
what I had to present on 
this matter, and I only wish 
that Mr. O'Connor was here 
to see that I can sometimes 
prepare something of less 
than thirteen pages in 
length. I couldn't make this 
go over more than a few 
lines beyond one page. 

Mrs. Hicks: Mr. Lee, you 
wouldn't want to wait until 
Mr. O'Connor is here to 
take up the matter? 

Mr. Lee: As I say, this is 
on a policy of uniform treat- 
ment of pupils in our class- 
rooms, and my thoughts 
were these: 

There is a feeling among 
some people that the Negro 
citizen's historic difficulties 
in American life make his 
child eligible now for special 
and favorable treatment in 
the classroom. 

We do indeed give him 
favorable treatment. The 
flower of the effort of the 
School Committee members, 
of the Superintendent and 
his Board, of the adminis- 
trators, of the principals and 
teachers, as well as the full- 
ness of those persons' time 
and the fullness of the 
taxpayers' purchases have 
without any question at all 
gone to the Negro pupil in 
recent years. 

But there is a difference 
between what we give and 
what the Negro pupil gives. 
It is one thing tor us to give 
more; it is another thing for 
the Negro pupil to give less. 

To the eyes of many ob- 
servers, including our teach- 
ers themselves, Negro pupils 
are often indulged or left 
exempt from giving that ad- 
herence to our discipline 
which no white child would 
dare get away with flouting. 

Negro pupils are not al- 
ways made to give the same 
classroom performance. 
They are too often let off 
easier. This is no good. Far 



from being a favor to the 
Negro child, such favor is 
treating him like a second- 
class citizen. 

It is well that our teach- 
ers have had many series 
of lectures in understand- 
ing the background and 
situation of the Negro 
child in order to give spe- 
c i a 1 understanding and 
help. It is not well that the 
Negro child give less to the 
classroom in return. 

As a practical matter, a 
teacher can't go into a 
classroom to teach Negro 
children and white chil- 
dren. She can only go into 
a classroom to teach chil- 
dren. She can't ask less of 
one than of the other. To 
ask less of Negro children, 
then, is to treat them as 
second-rate citizens. It is 
to treat them as "others." 

Those of us in the school 
system who are white 
should think in terms of 
"those of us who are white 
and those of us who are 
Negro." Those of us who 
are white should not think 
in terms of "we who are 
white and the others or 
they who are Negro." 

Therefore, those who have 
children in the schools who 
are Negro children should 
be held up to the same 
standards of giving and of 
performance in the class- 
room as the rest of our 
great Boston family. In 
other words, in the class- 
room one rule for every- 
body. 

Mr. Chairman, I don't 
know quite what I am ask- 
ing of the Committee. I 
haven't made a motion. Ac- 
tually, I don't intend to. I 
don't want to tell the teach- 
ers how to run their own 
classrooms either. That is 
not my special training. But 
I think perhaps what I am 
saying is that I would like 
our teachers to think that 
the School Committee backs 
them up if they do hold chil- 
dren of different back- 
grounds up to the same 
standards, the same disci- 
pline, the same rules, the 
same expectation of per- 
formance. 

In other words, it's fine 
for our teachers to have 
special understanding of 
different races, of different 
children in different emo- 



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AUGUST 25, 1966 



tional conditions, of differ- 
ent home backgrounds and 
all the rest of human na- 
ture that passes through 
the classrooms; and it's 
fine for our teachers to 
give special help where 
needed to children of spe- 
cial problems. 

But on the pupil end, I 
don't think any pupil 
should be exempt from his 
giving just as much as the 
next child gives, and his 
being subjected or his ad- 
hering to the same rules 
and the same disciplines 
and the same expectations 
as the child beside him. 

I find it a little hard to 
differentiate as between 
our own willingness to give 
more and yet expecting all 
the children in the class- 
room alike to give equal 
effort, but I think there is 
a valid point, and that is 
what I am trying to say. 
Chairman: I think, Mr. 
Lee, that even though you 
don't propose any action, 
there is a question whether 
or not we can take any ac- 
tion with regard to this 
matter. 

Nevertheless, I think, if I 
understand what you are 
saying, you are 100 per cent 
correct, and this needed to 
be said. 

Indeed, it's consistent with 
complaints, isolated as they 
may have been, on the part 
of some Negro parents who 
wanted to see their children 
work harder. 

I think the expectation 
level should be the same for 
all children. A lot of these 
parents have said, "Well, 
the teachers don't give our 
children any home lessons or 
give more passing grades 
where in another school 
they could receive no pass- 
ing grades." 

And some parents have 
wanted to see their kids 
judged by rugged stand- 
ards, although I suppose 
this does lead to some 
problems. If you judged 
these children the same, 
many of whom are cultural- 
ly disadvantaged and de- 
prived and handicappd, their 
grades would be so low in 
some instances as to com- 
pletely frustrate them and 
take from them all motiva- 
tion to learn. 



But I, like yourself, am no 
expert in this area, but do 
nevertheless agree that 
what you said had to be 
said, and I am glad you said 
it. 

Mr. Lee: Perhaps not to 
be too redundant, put it 
this way: That I think it's 
good for our teachers to give 
more to special pupils in 
their class where needed, 
but only in order that those 
special pupils may then keep 
up and meet the same dis- 
ciplinary standards and the 
same standards of perform- 
ance and at least the same 
standards of effort as any 
other child in the classroom. 
Mrs. Hicks: Mr. Chair- 
man, are you and Mr. Lee 
stating that our teachers 
differentiate between Negro 
and white children, whether 
it be in disciplinary matters 
or in educational achieve- 
ment? 

This I don't agree with 
you on because I have heard 
teachers in this system say 
so many times to me that: 
"When I look at my class I 
see children; I don't see Ne- 
gro children or white chil- 
dren. I merely see children 
that have been brought to 
me to teach, and it is on this 
level that I so teach them." 
And we understand from 
our educators that many 
children living in the ghetto, 
whether they are white or 
Negro, because of the socio- 
economic conditions under 
which they live and over 
which they have no control, 
need special education, and 
that is why we give them 
compensatory education to 
compensate for the condi- 
tions under which they live. 
And so, therefore, I dis- 
agree with you. 

Mr. Lee: Mr. Chairman, 
Mrs. Hicks may disagree 
with me, but even though 
it's been a tame meeting, 
she can't fight with me on 
this score. 

Mrs. Hicks: You brought 
it up, Joe. 

Mr. Lee: Because I back 
up just what she is saying. I 
back up what I take to be 
perhaps the policy of the 
first-rate teacher who does 
teach children, who doesn't 
teach Arabs on the one hand 
or Chinese on the other or 
those awful Yankees on the 
third hand, if we have a 



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third hand, and I think that 
is really the only livable and 
successful attitude toward 
the classroom. 

That's the point of view I 
am trying to strengthen. I 
am not trying to oppose 
what you said. It's the 
teacher who has the point of 
view enunciated by you 
whose hand I am trying to 
reinforce and back up. 

Mrs. Hicks: I certainly 
think that we endorse the 
policies of the teachers by 
the fact that we maintain 
them in our employ, and I 
certainly, at every chance, 
give them a vote of confi- 
dence if they feel that this 
is necessary. 

So I just don't understand 
further what you are bring- 
ing before the Committee, 
Mr. Lee. 

Mr. Lee: Well, I will be 
very frank to say, Mrs. 
Hicks, that I have heard 
teachers say and I have 
heard observant mothers 
say that the teacher or some 
teachers — let's say the 
teacher in our schools — 
hestitates to be as strict 
with or be as quick to repri- 
mand a youngster who 
comes from a minority 
group or from a difficult 
home situation as that 
teacher is with someone 
who comes from a majority 
group or from a more for- 
tunate home situation. 

And I think that does hap- 
pen certainly sometimes. I 
think there is a proneness 
toward that, and I think it 
is bad for the children 
whichever group a particu- 
lar child belongs to or what- 
ever his particular predica- 
ment. 

I think we have agreed we 
do give compensatory work 
as needed — and our series of 
in - service lectures for 
teachers. 

Superintendent : That's 
right. 

Mr. Lee: I think when it 
comes to the classroom, 
then, it should be just chil- 
dren, all of whom stand on 
an equal footing and none 
of whom should be indulged 
or exempted from living up 
to the rules, any more than 
any other child in the class- 
room. 



Mrs. Hicks: Mr. Lee, what 
you are speaking of is not 
our school system whatso- 
ever but, rather, our coun- 
try, and the problems that 
are all across this great 
country of ours. 

Chairman: I think, Mr. 
Lee, that maybe your posi- 
tion could be summarized — 
and correct me if I am 
wrong — by saying that you 
don't disagree with giving 
to each child programs and 
facilities and the like ac- 
cording to his needs, but re- 
inforcing the activity of 
those teachers and the de- 
termination of those teach- 
ers in our system to demand 
of each child, no matter 
what his racial background 
is, according to his ability to 
produce. 

Mr. Lee: I will accept 
that as very good. 

Chairman: Using uniform 
standards of educational ex- 
cellence and the like, and if 
this is what you mean, then 
I see no bone to pick with 
it, but would go along in 
this new restatement of 
what is theoretically policy 
now anyway. 

Mrs. Hicks: That wasn't 
quite what I said. 

Superintendent: Mr. Chair- 
man and Mr. Lee — 

Mr. Lee: It is exactly what 
I said. Mr. Superintendent? 

Superintendent: I am sure 
that we have attempted to 
standardize the grades, for 
example, of all students so 
that a C in one part of the 
city has the same connota- 
tion wherever it is. 

Many times we look at this 
end of the rainbow when we 
should also realize that we 
have advanced work classes 
in every part of the city and 
there are many children 
from disadvantaged areas 
that are now part of the ad- 
vanced placement class. 

This is also true in disci- 
pline, and I think I read in 
Mr. Lee's statement a reaf- 
firming of this particular 
principle — namely, that we 
should not separate them 
for any reason, but that the 
standards should be main- 
tained citywide. This we at- 
tempt to do. 



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This is certainly one of 
the items that will be dis- 
cussed at beginning organi- 
zation meetings at the three 
levels. We do have minimum 
essentials for A's, B's and 
C's and maximum essentials, 
and these things are clearly 
described, as well as the pol- 
icy of discipline. 

I see in Mr. Lee's state- 
ment a reaffirming of this 
and giving substance to 
what we are attempting to 
carry out. 



Chairman : Thank you, 
Mr. Lee, for your insight in 
this matter, and perhaps we 
could now go on to Mr. Lee's 
item No. 5: Cooperation 
with various community 
public health projects for 
children. 



The Committee adjourned. 
Attest: 

EDWARD J. WINTER 
Secretary 



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SEPTEMBER 9, 1966 



311 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



Sept. 9, 1966 

A conference of the 
School Committee of the 
City of Boston was held in 
the Administration Build- 
ing, 15 Beacon Street, Bos- 
ton, at 2:24 p. m., and ad- 
journed at 2:57 p. m., Mr. 
Lee presiding. 

PRESENT — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee and McDon- 
ough. 



A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held at 2:58 p. 
m., and adjourned at 3:18 
p. m. 



CHAIRMAN PRO 
TEMPORE 

In the absence of the 
Chairman, the meeting was 
called to order by Mr. Lee, 
the senior member. 

On roll call, Mr. Lee was 
elected Chairman pro tem- 
pore by the following vote: 
FOR MR. JOSEPH LEE— 
Mrs. Hicks, Messrs. Lee and 
McDonough — 3. 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 2. 

Mr. Lee assumed the 
chair. 



APPOINTMENTS 

(FROM THE ELIGIBLE 

LIST) 

East Boston High School 
— Edwin J. Rudenauer, co- 
operative instructor, ($9300 
— anniversary date Oct. 1) 
Oct. 1, 1966. 

On roll call, the rules were 
suspended and the appoint- 
ment was approved by the 
following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Mes- 
srs. Lee and McDonough — 3 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 2 

DESIGNATION 
A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superinten- 
dent, under date of Sept. 9, 
1966, reporting that he has 
made the following designa- 
tion of a teacher, to serve in 
the position indicated until 



such time as it shall be filled 
otherwise in accordance with 
the rules and regulations: 

Abraham Lincoln-Quincy 
District — Peter J. Ingeneri, 
assistant principal, as Ad- 
ministrative Assistant to the 
Superintendent (vice Her- 
bert C. Hambelton, acting 
Associate Superintendent) 
Sept. 1, 1966 at $1,388.33 per 
month. 

Placed on file. 

ATTENDANCE AT 
CONVENTION 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, that William 
H. Ohrenberger, Superinten- 
dent of Public Schools and 
Herbert C. Hambelton, Ad- 
ministrative Assistant, be 
authorized to attend the 
Educational Conference, to 
be held in Cleveland, Ohio, 
Sept. 14, 1966, at a cost to 
the city not to exceed one 
hundred fifteen dollars 
($115) each. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote: 

YEAS— Mrs. Hicks, Mes- 
srs. Lee and McDonough — 3 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 2 

NATIONAL TEACHERS 
CORPS PROJECT 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
Business Manager be in- 
structed to pay from the ap- 
propriation for temporary 
teachers, the 10% require- 
ment in support of the Na- 
tional Teacher Corps Pro- 
ject; such 10% to become 
operative when the 90% 
Federal contribution is 
made. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following vote. 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, Mes- 
srs. Lee and McDonough — 3 

NAYS— O 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 2 

The following communi- 
cation was received from 
the Chairman, Thomas S. 
Ensenstadt: 

I am one hundred percent 
in favor of supporting the 
Superintendent's r e c o m- 
mendations that the Boston 
School Committee take part 
in the project known as the 



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"National Teacher Corps," 
and request that I be so re- 
corded. 

I believe, however, that 
any allocation of funds set 
aside by the School Commit- 
tee for this project should 
be contingent upon ultimate 
Congressional approval of 
the National Teacher Corps. 

I suggest that, pending 
such approval, the Superin- 
tendent be authorized to ac- 
cept the National Teacher 
Corps, personnel as visiting 
teachers. 

CONTRACTS ON 

EVALUATION OF 

PROJECT 6-035-003 and 

PROJECT 6-035-004 

The following was of- 
fered : 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, enter into and exe- 
cute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the School Commit- 
tee and Eugenie S. Wallas 
said services to include as- 
sistance in the evaluation of 
the Model Demonstration 
Subsystem, Project No. 6- 
035-003 and the Enrichment 
Program for Elementary, 
Junior High and Senior 
High Schools, Project No. 
6 - 035 - 004, compensation 
therefor to be at the rate 
of $4 per day; provided that 
the total sum for carrying 
out this contract shall not 
exceed $500. 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough — 3. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 2. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, enter into and exe- 
cute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the School Commit- 
tee and Dr. Ralph Garry, 
said services to include an 
evaluation of the Model 
Demonstration Subsystem, 
Project No. 6-035-003, and 
the Enrichment Program 



for Elementary Junior 
t-ligh and Senior High 
Schools, Project No. 6-035- 
004, compensation therefor 
1c be at the rate of $100 per 
Jay; provided that the to- 
tal sum for carrying out 
this contract shall not ex- 
ceed $1000. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee and McDon- 
ough — 3 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt- — 2 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized 
to accept, enter into and 
execute on behalf of the 
School Committee a con- 
tract for professional serv- 
ices between the School 
Committee and Marshall 
Smith, said services to in- 
clude an evaluation of the 
Model Demonstration Sub- 
system, Project No. 6-035- 
003, and the Enrichment 
Program for Elementary, 
Junior High and Senior 
High Schools, Project No. 
6-0 3 5-0 4, compensation 
therefor to be at the rate 
of $100 per day; provided 
that the total sum for car- 
rying out this contract 
shall not exceed $1000. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee and McDon- 
ough — 3 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 2 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized 
to accept, enter into and 
execute on behalf of the 
School Committee a con- 
tract for professional serv- 
ices between the School 
Committee and Dr. Max 
Bluestone, said services to 
include an evaluation of 
he Model Demonstration 
Subsystem, Project No. 6- 
035-003, and the Enrich- 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary, Junior High and Sen- 
ior High Schools, Project 



SEPTEMBER 9, 1966 



313 



No. 6-035-004, compensation 
therefor to be at a rate 
r ( $100 per day; provided 
that the total sum for 
carrying out this contract 
shall not exceed $1000. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee and McDon- 
^ugh — 3 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 2 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized 
to accept, enter into and 
execute on behalf of the 
School Committee a con- 
tract for professional serv- 
ices between the School 
Committee and Dr. John 
Schmitt, said services to 
include an evaluation of 
the Model Demonstration 
Subsystem, Project No. 6- 
035-003 and the Enrichment 
Program for Elementary, 
Junior High and Senior 
High Schools, Project No. 
0-0 3 5-0 4 , compensation 
therefor to be at the rate of 
3100 per day; provided that 
the total sum for carrying 
out this contract shall not 
exceed $1000. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
\ote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee and McDon- 
ough — 3 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 2 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized 
to accept, enter into and 
execute on behalf of the 
School Committee a con- 
tract for professional serv- 
ices between the School 
Committee and Dr. Carl- 
ten Lehmkuhl, said services 
io include an evaluation of 
the Model Demonstration 
Subsystem, Project No. 6- 
035-003 and the Enrichment 
Program for Elementary, 
Junior High and Senior 
High Schools, Project No. 
'VO 3 5-0 4 , compensation 
therefor to be at the rate 



o! $100 per day; provided 
lhat the total sum for car- 
rying out this contract 
shall not exceed $1000. 

On roll call the order 
pnssed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee and McDon- 
ough — 3 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 2 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized to 
accept, enter into and exe- 
cute on behalf of the School 
Committee a contract for 
professional services be- 
tween the School Committee 
and Dr. Gordon Fellman, 
said services to include an 
evaluation of the Model 
Demonstration Subsystem, 
Project No. 6-035-003, and 
the Enrichment Program 
f cr Elementary, Junior 
High and Senior High 
Schools, Project No. 6-035- 
004, compensation therefor 
to be at the rate of $100 
per day; provided that the 
total sum for carrying out 
cnis contract shall not ex- 
ceed $1000. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee and McDon- 
ough — 3 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 2 

The following was offered : 
ORDERED, That the 
Chairman of the School 
Committee be authorized 
to accept, enter into and 
execute on behalf of the 
School Committee a con- 
tract for professional serv- 
ices between the School 
Committee and Peter J. 
Chvany, said services to in- 
clude assistance in the eval- 
uation of the Model Demon- 
stration Subsystem, Project 
No. 6-035-003, and the En- 
richment Program for Ele- 
mentary, Junior High and 
Senior High Schools, Proj- 
ect No. 6-035-004, compen- 
sation therefor to be at the 
rate of $50 per day; pro- 
vided that the total sum for 



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carrying out this contract 
shall not exceed $750. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote : 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee and McDon- 
ough — 3 



NAYS— 

ABSENT— Messrs. O'Con- 
nor and Eisenstadt — 2 

The Committee adjourned. 
Attest: 

EDWARD J. WINTER, 
Secretary 



City of Boston 



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SEPTEMBER 22, 1966 



315 



CITY OF BOSTON 



Proceedings of School Committee 



Sept. 22, 1966 

A conference of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Boston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building, 15 
Beacon Street, Boston, at 
7:25 p. m., recessed at 7:26; 
resumed at 8:55 p. m. and 
adjourned at 11:39 p. m. 

Present : Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt. 

Executive session began 
at 7:30 p. m. and adjourned 
at 8:50 p. m. 

A meeting of the School 
Committee of the City of 
Bcston was held in the Ad- 
ministration Building at 
11:40 p. m. and adjourned 
at 12:25 a. m., Sept. 23, 
1966. 

Notification was received 
from Mr. William E. O'Con- 
nor that he would be unable 
to be present at today's 
meeting because of recent 
surgery. 

APPROPRIATION FOR 

DEMOUNTABLE 

SCHOOLS 

The following communi- 
cation was presented: 

CITY OF BOSTON 
IN CITY COUNCIL 

ORDERED, That under 
che provisions of Chapter 
44, Section 7, Clause 9, as 
amended by Chapter 206 of 
the Acts of 1965, the sum 
of THREE HUNDRED 
THOUSAND DOLLARS 
($300,000) be, and the same 
hereby is, appropriated for 
rhe purchase and installa- 
tion of fifteen (15) relocat- 
able school units, in addi- 
tion to appropriations pre- 
viously voted by the School 
Committee; and that to 
meet said appropriation the 
Collector-Treasurer be au- 
thorized to issue, from time 
to time, on request of the 
Mayor, bonds or certificates 
ol the City to said amount. 



DEPARTMENTAL 

EQUIPMENT LOAN 

$300,000 

In City Council July 25. 

1966. Read once and passed 

-yeas nine. 

In City Council August 8, 
1966. Read a second time 
and again passed — yeas 
eight, nays none. 

Approved by the Mayor 
August 11, 1966, he certify- 
ing on the original order 
r.hat the foregoing loan or- 
der is not, in his opinion, 
to meet a current expense. 
Attest: 

(Signed) J. M. Dunlea 
City Clerk. 
Placed on file. 

September 1, 1966. 
I hereby certify that no 
petition, asking that the 
Question of approving or 
disapproving the foregoing 
order be submitted to the 
voters, was filed with the 
City Clerk within twenty 
days from August 11, 1966, 
and the order therefore be- 
comes effective on Septem- 
ber 1, 1966, in accordance 
with the provisions of 
Chapter 18 of the Acts of 
1939. 
Attest: 

(Signed) J. M. Dunlea 
City Clerk. 

AMENDMENT OF 
MINUTES 

The following was offered : 

ORDERED, That the 
minutes of the meeting of 
Aug. 25, 1966, be amend- 
ed as follows: 

Under appointments of 
Supervisors of Attendance 
delete the name of "Charles 
L. Byrne." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough, 
and Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— 0. 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 

— 1. 

The following was offered: 
ORDERED, That the min- 
utes of the following meet- 
ings be amended as follows: 
June 30, 1966— Under Ap- 
pointments from the Eligible 
List: 

Trade High School for 
Girls — Anne E. Leonard, 
teacher, hiah school. Cert. 



316 



SEPTEMBER 22, 1966 



XXXI, should read "$6600" 
instead of $6100. 

July 28, 1966— Under As- 
signments: 

Hyde Park High School- 
Jeremiah J. Botelho, assist- 
ant headmaster, should read 
"Director" instead of Assist- 
ant Director. 

On roll call the order 
passed by the following 
vote' 

YEAS — Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4 

NAYS— 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 

— 1. 

The following was offered: 

ORDERED, That the 

minutes of the meeting of 

May 16, 1966, be amended 

as follows: 

UNDER APPOINTMENTS 
FROM THE ELIGIBLE 

LIST 
Prince District — Larraine 
Webber, teacher, element- 
ary IV-VI should read 
"James A. Garfield Dis- 
trict." 

Department of Music 
Education — James R. How- 
ard, teacher, music, should 
read "James P. Timilty Jun- 
ior High School"; Geno R. 
Rossi, teacher, music, should 
read "Washington Irving 
Junior High School"; Clif- 
ford M. Weeks, teacher, mu- 
sic, should read "Patrick F. 
Gavin Junior High School." 

(Under Title I-ESEA- 
Project 6-035-004) 

Department of Music 
Education — Linda Riddles 
Probeck, teacher, music, 
should read "Dillaway Dis- 
trict"; John A. Homsy, 
teacher, music, should read 
"Paul A. Dever District"; 
Joseph L. Hart, teacher, 
music, should read "Phillips 
Brooks District"; 

Department of Music 
Education — Mary P. Am- 
law, teacher, music, should 
read "Theodore Lyman Dis- 
trict, under Title I-ESEA- 
Propect 6-035-004, Enrich- 
ment Program for Elemen- 
tary, Junior High and Sen- 
ior High Schools." 

On roll call, the order 
passed by the following 
vote: 



1 



YEA S— Mrs. Hicks, 
Messrs. Lee, McDonough 
and Eisenstadt — 4. 

NAYS— O. 

ABSENT— Mr. O'Connor 
—1. 

RESIGNATIONS 

A communication was re- 
ceived from the Superin- 
tendent, under date of Sept. 
22, 1966, reporting the res- 
ignation of the following- 
named members of the Bos- 
ton School Department, to 
take effect on the dates 
stated: 

Boston Latin School — Rob- 
ert M. Spector, junior mas- 
ter, Aug. 17, 1966. 

Boston Technical High 
School — Vincent A. Negrini, 
junior master, Aug. 18, 1966. 

Boston Trade High School 
— Benjamin Wolk, guidance 
counselor, Aug. 10, 1966. 

Brighton High School — J. 
Edward Keefe, junior mas- 
t e r ; Gail E. Schneider, 
teacher, high school, Aug. 
31, 1966. 

English High School- 
Richard F. Yasi, Joseph 
Zitomerski, junior masters, 
Aug. 31, 1966. 

Jamaica Plain High School 
— Marie E. Maguire, teach- 
er, high school, Aug. 29, 
1966; Lucille Melchionda, 
teacher, high school, Aug. 
10, 1966. 

Roslindale High School — 
Rita Durickas, teacher, high 
school, Sept. 1, 1966. 

South Boston High School 
— Elizabeth B. Ames, teach- 
er, high school, Aug. 31, 
1966. 

Beethoven District — Elaine 
Brody Reiss, teacher, 
primary, Aug. 24, 1966; 
Margaret Bowen Sellers, 
teacher, elementary, July 
25, 1966. 

Chapman District — Mar- 
garet M. Battista, teacher, 
primary, Aug. 31, 1966. 

Christopher Gibson Dis- 
trict — Marlene Newton Par- 
ker, teacher, kindergarten, 
Aug. 19, 1966; Nancy M. 
Verre, teacher, special class, 
Aug. 31, 1966. 

Dearborn District — Mari- 
lyn M. Downberg, teacher, 
primary, Aug. 16, 1966; 
Eileen T. Downing, teacher, 
primary, Aug. 21, 1966; 
Carol Jastremsky, teacher, 
primary, Aug. 26, 1966. 



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317 



Edmund P. Tileston Dis- 
trict — Eva R. Pasquale, 
teacher, elementary, Aug. 
31, 1966. 

Hart - Gaston - Perry Dis- 
trict — Rochelle E. Pavlow, 
teacher, primary, Sept. 1, 
1966. 

Henry L. Higginson Dis- 
t r i c t — Ina P. Goldman, 
teacher, elementary, Aug. 
10, 1966; Barbara Solomon 
Katz, teacher, kindergarten, 
July 30, 1966; Judith R. Bell, 
teacher, primary, Aug. 23, 
1966. 

Hugh O'Brien District— 
Harriet M. Greenblatt, 
teacher, primary, Aug. 31, 
1966. 

James P. Timilty Junior 
High School — Thomas J. Le- 
vins, teacher, junior high, 
Aug. 31, 1966. 

John Marshall District — 
John A. Spina, teacher, ele- 
mentary, Aug. 3, 1966. 

John Winthrop District — 
Margaret L. Fraser, teach- 
er, primary, Aug. 31, 1966; 
Laura Scott, teacher, pri- 
mary. Aug. 1, 1966. 

Lewis Junior High School 
— M a r i 1 y n Swanson Mills, 
teacher, junior high, Aug. 
13, 1966; Arthur H. Mitch- 
ell, teacher, junior high, 
Aug. 31, 1966. 

Mary E. Curley Junior 
High School— Paul E. Zay- 
otti, teacher, junior high, 
Sept. 2, 1966. 

Mather District — Mary L. 
Connor, teacher, primarv; 
Eileen Howley Luddy, 
teacher, kindergarten, Aug. 
31, 1966, 

Patrick F. Gavin Junior 
High School — Margaret Sul- 
livan McLaughlin, teacher, 
junior high, Sept. 1, 1966. 

Patrick T. Campbell Jun- 
ior High School — Vincent J. 
Shimkus, Barbara A. Sulli- 
van, teachers, junior hi Hi; 
Barbara Bruce Owen, teach- 
er, special class, Aug. 31, 
1966. 

Roger Wolcott District — 
Kathleen M. Hart, teacher, 
special class, July 10, 1966; 
Ruth Horgan DeStefano, 
teacher, elementary, Aug. 
25, 1966. 

Solomon Lewenberg Jun- 
ior High School — Constance 
A. Caruso, teacher, junior 
high, Aug. 17, 1966; Herbert 
I. Rothfarb, guidance ad- 
viser. Sept. 1, 1966. 



William Barton Rogers 
Junior High School — Donald 
C. Dwyer, teacher, junior 
high, Sept. 1, 1966. 

William E. Endicott Dis- 
trict — Cathleen Mclntyre, 
teacher, primary, Aug. 18, 
1966; Mary Donohue Ben- 
son, teacher, primary, Sept. 
1, 1966. 

Dearborn District — Mar- 
jorie Daner, teacher, special 
class, Sept. 12, 1966. 

Edward P. Tileston Dis- 
trict— E li z a b e t h T. Mc- 
Mahon, teacher, kindergar- 
ten, Sept. 9, 1966. 

John Marshall District — 
Barbara R. Sharkansky, 
teacher, primary, Sept